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#BBNaija: Why Ike’s relationship with Mercy could fall apart

Ike and Mercy are without doubts one of the more interesting duo of the season 4 of Big Brother Naija reality TV show.

Starting from their cozy moments in the house to serving as co-Heads of House, the couple have let lot of viewers run their mouth this season. But fans of the show will also recall that they’ve had some pretty explosive verbal exchanges, which even resulted in strikes for them, and this has Ike worried.

Well, on the latest episode of Extraview on Showmax, a talk about their relationship led Ike to uncover that his mouth and money were his biggest worries about his relationship failing, not unfaithfulness.

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He said this after Mercy let him know he wasn’t allowed to cheat on her.

“Why would I cheat on you? I can’t even spin someone in the club; you’ll murder me. You know I was scared of you before we started even being together, now I’m even more cautious,” Ike shared.

Continuing Ike said, “Cheating is not my problem; I know how to be committed. The problem was this thing here (pointing at his mouth) and money.”

However, Mercy seemed to agree with him as she simply replied, saying, “Your mouth is rotten.”

Fans of Big Brother Naija will recollect that few weeks ago Ike and Mercy engaged in a heated exchange which saw Mercy fling a bottle of water at Ike, an action which resulted in a strike for her.

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