BBNaija S6 housemates undergo first punishment

By AdvocateNews on 02/08/2021

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Male Housemates of BBNaija S6 Shine Ya Eye
Male Housemates of BBNaija S6 Shine Ya Eye

Big Brother, on Monday, punished the housemates for flouting orders in the show. This is the first punishment carried out during the Shine Ya Eye season.

In a message via the Head of House, Biggie said that the housemates should have familiarise themselves with the rules of the house by now.

The punishment for the housemates was to separate grains of beans from rice as it was claimed that both grains were accidentally mixed up.

The Head of House, Peace, read out the instructions, “When you were informed by a fellow housemate to prepare for the live eviction show, you disregarded big brother’s instructions.

“Henceforth, you will not be reminded to prepare for the eviction shows and punishment for this offense is you must work as big brother’s ninjas and help separate the grains of rice that are accidentally mixed with the grains of beans.”

Before the Sunday live show, Biggie told Angel to inform the housemates to get ready and prepared for the show to begin; an order which they did not take seriously.

Biggie also sent Saga to tell the house that they have erred but they still did not take it seriously, hence, the punishment.

The rules broken by the housemates also include speaking in hush tones and whispering, as noted by Peace in Biggie’s message to the housemates.

Posted 02/08/2021 6:54:58 PM

 

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