Eve, Edith, Keitta and Mildred (Eazzy) were up for eviction for yesterday by the Random Eviction Machine which had not been romantic to Botswana and Ghana. Throughout the week, drama unfolded in the Big Brother House as usual, with Mildred climaxing it with her irrelevant madness over Brazilian hair.
As the four nominated house mates were called to join IK on stage, three of the obedient house mates, Edith, Eve and Keitta did so. As easy as she makes things, Mildred, popularly known in Ghana as ‘Eazzy Baby’ snubbed the live process. In her absence, her boyfriend (Keitta) had to watch her non- performance in the Big Brother House. As romantic and supportive as Keitta should react, he clapped after the short clip which displayed her girlfriend’s activities in the house.
Where at all was Mildred (Eazzy) when they were called on stage? Some fans of the show were speculating that, it might be one of Big Brothers surprises of keeping her back in the house or coming up with a different eviction strategy as ‘Biggie’ is unpredictable most at times.
Prophetically, Mildred might have foreseen her fate in the house so she ‘eazzy’ had to find the exit herself without showing herself on stage not in Brazilian which she would have looked spectacular in.
Keitta joins DKB in the Upville house making two Ghanaian representatives in there directing Eve, Edith and Mildred to Sir Seretse Khama and Kotoka Airports respectively. The Big Brother which many think is yet to be extra fun rests in Keitta’s Upville upgrade to join her admirer Zainab.
Ghana congratulates the singer for her performance in the house even though it was not applausive. After all, that’s her other side so critics should take her for who she is. Probably, she will compose a song for the Ghanaian fans and the small percentage of people who voted for her to stay. Eazzy, a suggestion, it would be great doing a collaboration with Kwaku T who will also rap appealing to people to massage the myriad criticisms that is coming your way.
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