#BBNaija 2018 Day 64: Game Continues After The Eviction Of Bambam And Teddy A

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Despite the fact that it was clear that the #bbnaija housemates wanted Bambam and Teddy A out of the game judging by their nominations, one would have expected a bit of remorse but none seemed to feel any type of way about their departure.

The remaining #bbnaija Housemates are carrying on with their stay in the House as if nothing had happened, showing that truly they wanted the pair out of their faces.

Shortly after Teddy A was evicted, Ebuka advised the #bbnaija Housemates to have one perspective and that is one of a Housemates and knowing the Housemates have on numerous occasions tried to guess Biggie’s moves and failed miserably, he further added that they must just enjoy the game.

However, it would have been difficult for anyone to anticipate the fact that life would go on so soon. Not a single tear was shed which only explains that its nothing but joy that the remaining #bbnaija housemates feel based on the fact that competition had been eliminated.

Both Bambam and Teddy A have mentioned that their feeling for each other are of mutual understanding and right now nothing is clear going forward. Bambam however has expressed that she wouldn’t mind because she had come to like Teddy A so much but won’t hold her breath on that because she’s knew the situation from the get go.

The quick way with which the remaining nine #bbnaija housemates went about their business is definitely shocking to more than a few people, given the fact that some of them related well with the evicted housemates.

A good relation that comes to mind is the way Alex seemed to co stantly hang around Teddy A, whenever Bambam gives him a athing space.

The Eviction shockwave, if there was any was quickly replaced by chatting and bonding session by the remaining nine #bbnaija housemates . could it be that on a lowkey, they feel their ‘mission’ is accomplished?



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