Newly evicted housemate, Teddy A has shed more light on the conversation he had with Rico shortly after his strategic partner, Bambam was evicted.
In the conversation with Rico, he said he couldn’t believe the viewers chose Cee-C and Nina over Bambam.
While speaking in an interview with Pulse after his eviction, Teddy A explained the comment which he has described as a personal opinion, and not a generalized consensus.
“Apparently, that was like a big thing for everyone listening to the conversation. But, yea, I didn’t think she was gonna leave.
“Because left to my opinion… And that’s my opinion, it doesn’t mean that it’s a generalized consensus of what’s happening out there. I felt that at the time, it’s was what it was.
“I didn’t think that she deserved to leave. But hey, it’s a game. With the love we got out there, it kind of makes me wonder how. But that’s for another day.
“I’m just happy we are here. I’m happy for the growth and the trajectory where this is headed to. I’m happy and grateful”, he said.
On why he thought viewers wouldn’t choose Cee-C and Nina over Bambam, he said,
“Like I said, I know Bam [and] you guys [have] seen Bam, are you really going to tell me you prefer them to Bambam?
“I don’t know, maybe it’s just because of how I feel about her or whatever, and that’s why I am being selfish or blinded as to what the fact actually is.
“But I know that eventually, the end would justify the means.”
In a recent interview with Cool FM, the attention of evicted housemates, Teddy and Bambam were drawn to a viral video which shows them having sex in the toilet while they were still inside the house. Reacting to the question asked, the former strategic partners refused to give a straight-forward answer on whether they had s*x on the reality show.
When asked about the sex escapade in the toilet, Teddy A exclaimed ”Hey”. He then looked at Bambam hoping she would bail him out by giving an answer.
BamBam however acted like she didn’t know why a question about a toilet sex scene was asked. She said, ”What is toilet issues, I wonder, I don’t know.” Cutting in, Teddy A added, ”I don’t speak English, I speak Swahili.”