This may be coming too early but eviction has started happening and two housemates are already out.
Isilomo, Avala, Gedoni and Kahfi were up for eviction from the house, following the announcement that Biggie made on day 6.
On Sunday night, 7th of July, day 7 in the Big Brother 2019 season. Biggie asked these 4 housemates to play a game of chance, where they had to roll a marble into a metal cup and the person with the lowest number of marbles will be evicted.
The buzzer went off and at the end of the games, Gedoni had 5 marbles, Khafi had 4 marbles, Isilomo had 2 marbles and Avala had 3 marbles.
Therefore Avala and Isilomo are the first evicted housemates of the BBNaija pepper dem season
Watch the video below…
Let’s take a look at their profiles as we bid them a final goodbye
Saidat “Avala” Balogun’s highest point of her life is when she gave birth to her daughter and her single, ‘Give me a chance’. The budding singer studied music and business at York College in Queens, New York. It’s no wonder then that her top artists include one of the city’s most famous exports, Mary J Blidge. Just like the Queen of Hip Hop, the Ogun State native has ambitions to spread her music all over the world.
What irritates you most about other people: Disloyalty.
What will you do with the prize money: My mom is everything to me. I will build a house for her and my daughter. I also want to invest in real estate.
Why will you be a fan favourite: I’m not there to play, they will see that I’m serious, I’m a single mom pursuing her dream. I want to be an inspiration to a lot of people.
Lagos resident, Isilomo Braimoh is single and ready to mingle. An HR manager at 27, Isilomo has an MA in Human Resource Management with professional certification. She winds down from her hectic job by engaging in sports, outdoor activities, food, music and travel. A lover of all things music, her favourite songs are currently ‘Middle Child’ by J.Cole and ‘Daz How Star Do’ by Skiibii Dazz.
What irritates you most in other people: I hate it when in an argument or debate, a person stops putting out their opinion in a clear and concise manner. I also dislike it when people are sluggish about things. Thirdly, I don’t like people who don’t take responsibility and hold themselves accountable for their actions.
What will you do with the prize money: I will invest in myself as a brand, invest in any kind of Capital Market Instrument, kick start my media career (by going for training) and go on a long ass holiday with my sisters.
Why will you be a fan favourite: I think I call it like it is, and I think I have a realness that Nigerians would see and appreciate. I’m also quite funny in a not so obvious way – my friends and family think I’m insanely hilarious. I’m interested to see if the audience will feel the same.