- The video of a conversation between BBNaija All-Stars Adekunle and IIebaye has surfaced online
- In the video, Adekunle asked IIebaye when she did her NYSC, but she was confused about the date and state where she served
- She was later accused of lying about her record since she was not sure of the date and her place of primary assignment
A conversation between BBNaija All-Stars housemates Adekunle Olopade and IIebaye Odiniya has generated reactions on social media.
BBNaija All Stars IIebaye is confused about her NYSC record
In the clip, Ilebaye struggled to remember when and where she had her National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) programme.
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She also could not say the year she served after graduating.
Adekunkle then asked her the year she graduated and the year she served.
Adekunle's remark appeared to confuse her the more as she covered her mouth.
See the video of their conversation here
Reactions as IIebaye lied about the date she served
The video of their conversation has generated reactions online.
Legit.ng captured some of the responses.
"Even if she lie I like her like that."
"She is not lieing."
"Ah una nor de see Wetin adekule de try talk God."
"Degree or degree we stil vote for Baye."
"baye doesn't keep count, she served."
"Tsww. Go to her page and see her picture."
"Why do you guys Constantly want her to be wrong or fail... abeg make Una rest you guys really took advantage of her Age."
"Remember there was also Covid 19 lockdown for one year."
"I beg make I heard word.."
"Keep voting Ilebaye . keep voting for humanity!!!! Keep voting for excellence."
BBNaija All Stars Adekunle becomes head of the house
Legit. ng had previously reported that Adekunle was made the first head of the house on the show a few months ago.
He emerged as the HOH after completing the task Biggie gave them in the shortest time compared to other housemates.
The task was a memorisation game. The housemates were to open each of the 20 boxes to know what was under it.
They were also told to pick envelopes from buckets and given 60 seconds to pick out an identical pair of what was in their envelopes from the boxes they previously opened.