Big Brother Naija ‘Shine ya eyes’ housemate Sammie has blasted Season 7 Level One housemate for their poor treatment of Level Two housemates.
Viewers of the show are becoming aware of the hatred Level 1 has for Level 2. It is not new that Level One housemates despise their co-housemates and have never seized to make a mockery of them.
Level One considers themselves superior, from dragging Phyna, Beauty, etc, to making a mockery of them over their failed games, Level 1 hasn’t hidden their feelings for their counterpart.
This week, Biggie gave them the power to nominate five housemates for possible eviction, and they didn’t waste time picking them.
Known as the Islanders, the Level One housemates have always built their conversation around the other team, known as the Trenches.
Sammie noted this and questioned who was giving them the impression that they were better than Level Two housemates.
He stated that their behaviours were funny and annoying at the same time.
“Wait Shey level 2 won their wager? Are their content to be talking about level 2 the whole week? Who is giving them the impression they are better than level 2 HMS? Funny and annoying at the same time cos.i don’t even know their names”.
Kemi Filani news recalls former Big Brother Naija season 6, Shine Ya Eye housemate Pere Egbi, known as Pere, had stirred up the internet with his tweet regarding the forming ‘ships’ in the Level Up house.
It is no longer news that things are getting heated with the Level Up housemates, as many try to partner with their crush.
Steamy scenes from the pool party, Saturday night party and the regular nights had stirred up viewers’ reactions online.
Reacting to different budding relationships in the house, Pere tweeted that the ‘ships’ were scripted, becoming evident through their daily reactions.
Pere also claimed that the real relationship would only stand after the first eviction, making many sit right to concentrate on their goals.
He tweeted: “What’s going on between Sheggz and Eloswag and Bella? I am not understanding this their argument and two niggas wanting to throw blows.”
“None of those ships is sailing. Canoes and speed boats don’t go the distance. If you know, you know. Who dey form love from first week? That script don cast.”
“You see this ship…. Na when dem come outside, you go know how far! Ship still dey under construction. Parts still dey miss.”
Scripted ship. It’s evident. But it’s the game!”
“They all have forgotten so soon, how I saw what I saw and said what I said.”
“The REAL ships haven’t formed yet. After the FIRST eviction, you start to see scripts closed and real personalities unfold. Real bonds and friendships/relationships form. I see attraction ear and dear. Dassit. I dey my house.”