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Erica disqualified from Big Brother Naija lockdown

Kidwaya’s lover in the Big Brother Naija Lockdown, Ngozi  Nlewedim better known as Erica has been shown the way out of the Big Brother house.

Erica was disqualified following her unruly behavior on Saturday night after the usual no hold barred and very lousy party.

Erica had under the influence of alcohol rained abuses on Laycon and even vowed to have him killed.

Erica became sobre on Sunday morning and called  all the housemates together and rendered unreserved apology for her inappropriate behavior.

“She owns up that most of the things she said were due to pent up anger”, Big Brother said on the its website. Erica is an actress and commercial model from London, England.

The Big Brother Naija lover returned to Lagos after studying screen acting at the famous Met Film School in London.

She started reading motivational books and watching real estate sales videos on YouTube during the lockdown.

She believes that at the end of  life one should  be satisfied because you have achieved all your goals, touched so many lives, and loved greatly.

Her greatest achievement is graduating from film school in London, producing her first short film,  Hire a Woman,  with a team in Birmingham.

Similarly,  Lucy has been evicted from the Big Brother Lockdown house.

Prior to her eviction, Lucy was one of the six nominated housemates for possible eviction.

The other five include Nengi, Kidwaya, Trickytee, Vee and Laycon.

Kidwaya was earlier saved from the chopping box.

With Lucy’s eviction and Erica’s disqualification, the lockdown edition of the reality show now has nine housemates.

Speaking with Ebuka, the show’s anchor shortly after her eviction, Lucy said she was real from the outset in the house.


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