- There have been a strange turn of events at the Big Brother Nigeria house
- Omashola, one of the housemates, got into a fit of anger after his coins were stolen by a fellow contestant
- The 28-year-old guy spewed fire and threatened to fight with those he suspected to have stolen his coins
Omashola, one of the housemates at BBNaija 2019 reality show, took offence after his coins were stolen at the house. Omashola even threatened Biggie over the loss of his 100 of his 120 coins which were stolen on Sunday morning.
Biggie had said in a memo that the housemate with the lowest coins will be evicted on Sunday, June 7. ”The housemate with the lowest number of betnaija coin will be evicted during the live show on Sunday,” the memo read.
Omashola had no cause to worry because he had 120 coins which he kept inside his Bible. He left it there to attend the Saturday party. But upon getting into the dressing room after the party, he discovered that 100 out of the 120 coins was missing.
The 28-year-old Nigerian from Delta state who was displeased at the behaviour spewed fire and transferred aggression on every member of the house. He threatened to scatter the house if a solution was not provided.
His exact words were these: "I go scatter dis house, una no know me oo. Una make mistake. Make de person wey carry my coins bring am out. I no dey commot for this house oo. Shebi na Sunday dem dey go?
"I no dey commot for this house, una no know me oo.Person we carry my coin make mistake, I no well oo. Big Brother go replay that tape, make de person wey carry my coin bring am out. At 28, I am not married you think I am okay? I am a mad man."
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Recently, Omashola thrilled many Nigerians after his hilarious diary session at the house. He questioned the Big Brother as to why more 'mad' housemates were not brought to the show. According to him, he did not like that everyone behaved so sensibly and well-behaved.
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