BBNaija ‘All-Stars’: See How Viewers Voted Seyi, Frodd, Tolanibaj

Big Brother Naija ‘All-Stars’ Housemate, Seyi Awolowo, has surprisingly escaped another week of eviction despite being among the least-voted housemates.

Bahdstreetvibes reports that two housemates, Frodd and Tolanibaj, were evicted by the host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, during the Sunday live show.

While many viewers considered Tolani’s eviction well-deserved, some other viewers saw Frodd’s eviction as a huge surprise.

Recall that Frodd said he dreamt about being in the final alongside Mercy Eke and Whitemoney a few days ago.

The voting percentage of viewers shows that Seyi, Frood and Tolanibaj were the least-voted housemates.

I Don’t Think When I’m Angry

Meanwhile, Seyi Awolowo, has apologized over a recent statement on training his son to ‘run trains’ on people’s daughters.

Bahdstreetvibes recalls that Seyi, during a conversation with Whitemoney, Pere and Cross after last week’s Saturday night party, claimed he had opened a miscellaneous account for his son to enable him to have s3x with people’s daughters.

The disgusting comment generated controversy on social media, and the Lagos State Government also condemned it.

However, Seyi, during his diary session on Tuesday, admitted that the statement was misogynistic, and he regrets it.

The reality TV star said he made the comments because he was angry and he is aware of the darkness inside of him, which is trying his best to tame.

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