It’s day 21 of the Big Brother Naija ‘Pepper Dem’ Reunion show and it was time to tie up some loose ends.
Joe and Ike
Ike came right out of the bat and stated his dislike for Joe, stressing that he didn’t like the way Joe kept acting like he knew everything. He added that even outside the house, he still feels some way about Joe and as such, haven’t taken out time to talk to him.
Giving her opinion on the issue, Venita stated that Ike loves to poke Joe, but when poked back, he gets offended. For Elozonam, he found the whole thing weird.
“He should understand that the game is the game, and he played it well.”
Asked why he pushed Ike that far, with regards to Ike’s relationship with Mercy, Joe blamed Mercy. He stated that they usually have their little moments and play around a bit, but Mercy goes ahead to tell Ike and riles him up.
Ike went on say: “If you ask me who my least favorite housemate is, if it’s not Frodd, then it’s Joe.”
Seyi and Tacha
Show host, Ebuka brought up the scuffle between Tacha and Seyi which happened some episodes back and asked if Tacha would want to address it.
Tacha in response, accused Seyi of not understanding the true meaning of friendship.
“When it comes to relationships, does the negative outweigh the positive?” she said.
She reeled out a number of incidences to prove her point, stressing that his statement on her being a prostitute was the peak of everything. Tacha also made reference to his statements about wanting her to receive a third strike and that of wanting her to be in the finals, so he could watch her lose.
Seyi stated that he thought she came in with a strategy; “If you want to be treated a particular kind of way please treat me the same way.”
He also noted that betrayal is bad but that one doesn’t not have to become what they have been put through. He said that Tacha was trying to own the seat of being that Bad B, and so ought not to be offended by the word ‘puta.’
In Sir Dee‘s opinion, both parties were not talking to understand each other, but to be loud.
After a heated exchange, Seyi attempted apologising to Tacha, and she remarked that an apology should come from an honest place, rather than do it because the world expects you to.
For Chinedu Okafor, its all about making an impact with words, creating a profound impression on the audience with the intended narrative.