During the day, Big Brother decided to have a conversation with a number of the Housemates. It was typical of what you would expect of a Big Brother dairy session. He asked them how they were feeling, what they thought of nominations, and how they’ve been coping in the House so far, what they think if the new Head of House, and it was no different when it came to Peace’s turn.
However, when Peace was asked by Big Brother if she wanted to discuss anything else with him, she brought up something really interesting. She first started by telling Big Brother that she is a weird girl, especially when it comes to intimacy. Big Brother asked her to elaborate and she brought Sammie’s name up.
She told Big Brother that she doesn’t like the fact that he often goes behind Angel’s back to try to flirt with her. She also said that Sammie has made it public knowledge that he has a thing for Angel, and would not like to be a part of that picture. So she finds it disrespectful that Sammie would think of her as the girl he can have a thing with, behind his girl friend’s back.
This is an interesting development, especially considering that Peace told Biggie she would confront Sammie about it. She kept re-iterating that she was a sweet girl and wouldn’t take things far. She also alluded to the fact that she calls Sammie her “Love” as well as everyone else, and would not do anything to hurt that Love. However, she was adamant about setting the record straight.
It’s really hard to determine how this one will play out. Personally, it feels like the drama won’t escalate, that is maybe unless Angel gets wind of things. Angel noted on premier night that she has a strong character, and people will just have to adjust to that, and so far, she has proven it. Even Peace applauded the fact that unlike Sammie, if Angel wants to do anything, she wouldn’t do it behind your back. So, it is interesting to see how each character in this story will handle things.
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