#BBNaija Update: Tega, Boma, Peace, Michael, Evicted In ‘Kingsize Eviction’

4 housemates evicted out of 15 housemates nominated for possible eviction this week.

The latest Sunday night eviction show of #BBNaija Season 6 left viewers shocked. For the first time in Big Brother Naija history, four housemates got kicked out in one night!

The show host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu kicked off the night with a not-so-surprising eviction of controversial married housemate Tega Dominic. In the brief chat following her eviction, the housemate claimed her ‘activities’ with co-housemate Boma was a well-played script.

Prior to a surprise performance by singer Arya Starr, the eviction show saw the exit of Michael and Peace after Ebuka announced that Nini and Angel had been saved for the night.

Michael’s exit might be a sad one for fans but the housemate who was around for only a short while reportedly carts home N4.7 million from tasks.

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Surprisingly, the fourth and final housemate to make their way out of the house turned out to be Tega’s ‘co-actor’, Boma. The housemates had stirred outrage from fans throughout the week with how they carried on as a couple.

Here is how viewers voted.

The show was wrapped with a stunning performance from Rema.


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