Big Brother Nigeria Season Seven, themed Level Up saw its first eviction after its commencement two weeks ago.
The first eviction was a disqualification of Beauty Etsanyi Tukura, a 24-years-old lawyer who had already been given a first strike by Big Brother for being verbally aggressive towards her fellow housemate called Ilebaye during their first week’s saturday night party.
Her second misconduct was throwing her wig and glasses at another housemate called Groovy after last saturday night party.
She collected a double strike for her actions which makes it three and in the rules and regulations of Big Brother, when you are given three strikes, then it amounts to disqualification.
Beauty and Groovy had some sort of relationship in Biggie's house and she got furious after seeing Groovy dance with another housemate called Chomzy.
The second housemate to be evicted was Christiana Oluwafunke Ojumu alias Christy O na 24-years-old beauty entrepreneur and the next was Bright Hidi Nwekete who is an Electrical Engineering graduate
Last Sunday, during the live eviction show, Biggie introduced a new twist by introducing two new sets of housemates who are called the ‘Riders’.
Their task is to partake in every aspect of the game till the very last day but can’t win the grand prize.
This means they can be up for eviction but wouldn’t be evicted and would be involved in every task done by the other housemates
The two riders are Chizzy and Rachel
Housemates that were disqualified in the past
Although Beauty broke the record as the first housemate to be disqualified this early into the show and she wouldn’t be the first to be disqualified.
The last housemate who got disqualified during the Lockdown edition in 2020 was Erica Ngodzi Nlewedem.
Others who were disqualified from different seasons in the show was Tacha 2019.
Khloe and K Brule in 2018 and Kemen 2017.
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