Shaggz on BBNaija 7: Why I Can’t Be Cool With Doyin


Sheggz’s view after his altercation with Adekunle on Tuesday night. The level two BBNaija house became tense on Tuesday following an almost violent argument between Sheggz and Adekunle.

Following their furious confrontation, Sheggz and Bella went to chat about the rest of the house, and Doyin was at the top of their list.

Doyin was not to be trusted, according to the couple. Sheggz explained why they couldn’t be friends: “Doyin is a serpent that goes about snitching on everyone.” Sheggz’s assessment of Doyin is unsurprising. Their relationship hit a snag when Doyin exhibited an interest in romantic settings. ‘Doyin weighed in during last night’s bout, a move that pissed Bella off.

Meanwhile, the roommates are ready to show off afro-futurist-themed clothing items for this week’s wager challenge. Divided into two stages, the first will see the housemates design a 3D representation of five shards of future technology utilizing African iconography. The housemates will compete in a debate in the second portion.
Furthermore, the BBNaija housemates, Adekunle and Sheggz, were on the verge of finishing the show on Tuesday.


A casual talk between the two suddenly turned into a heated confrontation. Both roommates almost threw fists before their fellow housemates intervened, stopping the situation from turning into an ugly battle. Adekunle’s alleged envy of Sheggz and Bella’s bond in the house was at the heart of the disagreement.

The issue arose during last Sunday’s eviction show when the program’s presenter, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, questioned Adekunle about his thoughts on Sheggz and Bella’s relationship. Obi-Uchendu was calmly responded to by the housemaid, who stated that he felt the connection was only a plan.

These statements irritated Sheggz, who confronted him shortly after the live elimination show finished. They briefly talked with Sheggz, who said he was serious about Bella.

BBNaija Overview

The reality competition television series BBNaija, formerly known as Big Brother Nigeria, is based on the Big Brother television franchise. In this reality television programme, contestants reside in a remote house and compete for a sizeable cash prize and other tangible prizes by avoiding eviction by viewers who vote for their favourite housemates to stay in the front of the house.

From 5 March to 4 June 2006, the show’s first season was broadcast on M-Net and DStv Channel 37. Alexander-Forbes’ auditing firm validated the vote results.

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