Chichi and Ilebaye had a difficult start to the Saturday Night Party. After a fight with Chichi in the Garden, Ilebaye was seen crying on Chomzy’s shoulder. Ilebaye wanted Groovy to dance with Phyna rather than Chichi, and Chichi did not like the way she went about it.
The two were seen dancing together, and according to Chichi, Ilebaye broke up their dance and pushed her away in an aggressive manner, which she did not like.
They left the party room to meet Groovy in the garden to discuss the problem. Ilebaye apologised, but Chichi refused to take it, labelling him a low-life. That didn’t sit well with her, and she left crying. Chomzy intervened to salvage the day and consoled her while she kept crying.
In reference to her Nomination, she confided in Chomzy that she is hesitant to leave the House.
Her goal is to at least get to the top five and does not understand why Chichi did not accept her apology, and why she called her a low-life.
Ilebaye getting comfort from Chomzy was peculiar, considering that she was gisting about her earlier to both Phyna and Amaka respectively. She was telling both of them that she does not understand why Chomzy does not like her, and how she gives her a bad eye whenever they meet up.
Ilebaye was spotted dancing with Dotun who eventually also came to the Garden, offering solace to Ilebaye. “Between me and her, who is the low-life,” Ilebaye asked Dotun. “I am not a stripper,” she continued to add to Dotun. Is she insinuating that being a stripper makes Chichi a low-life?
Chomzy left Ilebaye in Dotun’s hands and went to offer comfort to Chichi who kept going on about the altercation. She retold the story to Chomzy and called Ilebaye fake. “If you want to bring the fire, I will bring a storm,” she said.