Christy O, Cyph evicted from BBNaija as two new housemates join show

The first eviction night of the Big Brother Naija Level Up came with double evictions and two new surprises. Before the host, Ebuka got into the eviction business, the audience got the night’s first surprise by introducing two new housemates, Rachel and Chizzy.

Rachel hails from Edo state and shared that she has a complicated nature as she can be a mother and baby at heart. She also shared that she isn’t a woman of many words but is ready to play the game.

The second new housemate, Chizzy, hails from Anambra and states that he was entering the house to shake things up. He also shared that the housemates would love him as he is very likeable.

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The two housemates are what Ebuka described as ‘Riders’. They will serve as Biggie’s agents in the house, spicing up things and participating in all activities in the house without ever getting evicted. They will be in the house till the show’s end.

It was a heavy night for Level 2 housemates as five of them were up for eviction, coupled with the fact that Beauty Tukura had gotten disqualified some minutes before the show for multiple infringements of the house rules.

The first housemate to be evicted from the show was Christy O, who was followed shortly by Cyph. In the post-eviction interview with Ebuka, Cyph shared that he would return to his previous plans before coming to the show and use the platform the show has given him to further his plans.

Unfortunately, Christy O didn’t get to share her plans as Ebuka told the audience that she wasn’t in a good place to talk.

Once again, Big Brother showed that we could never truly anticipate his moves as it appears he always has surprises up his sleeves.

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