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BBNaija Season 4 Housemates, Avala and Isilomo evicted

by John Ogba-Ifeakanwa

Season 4 Housemates, and have been evicted after one week in the house.

This year’s installment of the Big Brother Naija show promises to be action packed as 2 Housemates received a huge shock yesterday.

Two housemates were evicted from the show just after a 7-day stay in the house. Unlike the show’s norm of staging fake evictions to keep the housemates on their feet, the Housemates were really evicted this time.

With each new show, comes a different game play.

The Housemates had previously been taken to the Arena to play one more game which would determine their continued stay within the House.

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The two evicted Housemates, and were reportedly among four housemates with the least number of Bet9ja Coins.

After a heated argument over the theft of ‘s Bet9ja coins, and made the list. According to Biggie, they had flouted the house rules and so had to join the list.

Well, the main four housemates in the real evictions list also included and Kafhi. The two evicted housemates probably had the least coins amongst the four.

On Sunday evening, during the highly televised live eviction show, the two housemates were evicted from the show by Host, Ebuka Obi Uchendu.

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After much auditions held in several states within Nigerian, 21 candidates were chosen to become the Housemates vying for the main prize.

The Big Brother Naija Season 4 show tagged, Pepper Dem has successfully trended since it’s June 30th inception. The show promises to be bigger and better and we can’t wait to see how it unfolds. Watch video updates below:

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