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BBTitans: “Lots of tears next week” – Reactions as 9 Housemates escape 1st eviction



BBTitans: “Lots of tears next week” - Reactions as 9 Housemates escape 1st eviction

On Sunday, January 22, the first eviction show of BBTitans took place in South Africa, one week after the reality show began.

Nine housemates were nominated for eviction, including Blaqboi, Jaypee, Nana, Olivia, Yaya, Yemi Cregx, Jenni, Justin, and Khosi. Much to the surprise of fans and followers of the show, none of the nominated housemates was evicted.

The show was hosted by Nigeria’s Ebuka Obi-Uchendu and South Africa’s Lawrence Maleka, who began with a review of the housemates’ experiences during the week, which included game activities, diary sessions, and a house party.

Netizens reacted to the news of the nine housemates’ escape from eviction with a range of comments. Some predicted different scenarios for the next week, while others called for every housemate to be put up for eviction in order to make the show more interesting.

The show also featured a conversation with Yemi Cregx, who revealed he had auditioned unsuccessfully for five years and felt it was the perfect time to make his mark in the show.

He also shared that he would be bringing positive energy to Biggie’s house and having fun, with the ultimate goal of taking home the cash prize. Yemi was born on 20 March 1992 in Ekiti State, Nigeria, but later moved to Lagos State, Nigeria.

Big Brother Titans’ first eviction show was an exciting event that left viewers wanting more. With the housemates’ experiences, conversations, and reactions, it is sure to be an interesting season.

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