Do Not Trust Everyone – Maria Tells Boma
Maria got into a conversation with some of the Housemates in the House about who Nominated her and the dynamics in the House as she was still digesting her Nomination and Strike. She began her morning workout with Peace and Nini by declaring that she was confident she knew who had nominated her and why.
She quickly went on to strike up a discussion with Cross. Maria looked more concerned this time about the Strike, her conduct, and a crucial conversation she had with Pere that precipitated the Strike. “I wasn’t particularly upset about the Nominations; I anticipated it. “Everything else irritates me,” she explained. The night she urged Pere to take off his mic, she apparently told him something very crucial that could cost her a lot of money. She doesn’t know the exact details of what she said, but based on what Pere stated, she appeared fairly certain that her relationship on the outside was over.
When Maria complained that the loud noise Boma was creating with Angel after lights out was making it impossible for her to sleep, Boma and Maria had an incident that escalated in a yelling war. That is now behind them, and they appear to be getting along. She urged him not to trust everyone in the House during their conversation regarding nominations and House dynamics. “They smile with me every day yet they can’t stand me,” she remarked, using herself as a yardstick. She claimed that the Housemates were breaking out of their shells and revealing their plans. She advised Boma to pretend as if he was unaware of their plans while being vigilant. “Pretend to be blind, but don’t be blind… “Take it for what it is and use your common sense,” she advised.
Nomination jitters have a habit of putting people in their feelings, and this is no exception. This move has still upset Peace, who was put up for Nomination and saved by Head of House veto power. She’s still perplexed as to why her Housemates would put her up. She’s realized it’s all a game now, and perhaps she’ll adjust or, as we like to say, ‘jazz up.’