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Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye: Jaypaul, Jackie B evicted

Written by Solomon Unoke

Jaypaul and Jackie B, has been evicted from the ongoing Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye Show. The pair got evicted on the Sunday Eviction Show having scored the least votes from the eight housemates nominated for eviction: Pere, Saga, Emmanuel, Liquorose, Whitemoney, Saskay Jackie B and Jaypaul.

Others who have been evicted from the BBNaija Season Six show include Niyi, Yerins, Arin, Princess Beatrice, Boma, Tega,   JMK, Maria, Michael, Peace, and Sammie

For the latest eviction, Paul ‘Jaypaul’ Ephraim, was the first to be evicted from the show. The Lagos-based musician /actor had wanted to use the BBNaija platform to publicize his music career.

During his Diary show hours before the eviction, Jaypaul said “making it through those doors was a victory for me.”

He also hailed other housemates for their impact on each other.

“They’re like superheroes. You’ve trained us – we’re ready for everything that comes, now.”

Jaypaul was expected to be in last year’s edition of the show but was dropped at the last minute following a Coronavirus scare.

29-year-old Jackie Bent was next to be evicted after Jaypaul. It was like she saw her eviction coming, as during her Diary Session before the eviction, expressed excitement at “the nervousness, the chills of being nominated.”

“This week, I’ve been feeling a different rush of emotions. Now, I’m just ready for whatever happens.”

Jackie B, who is an interior designer and a certified event and wedding planner, also said merely being in the BBNaija House was the “biggest positive” for her while winning tasks was a great source of joy.

Others who have been evicted from the BBNaija Season Six show include Yerins, Niyi, Beatrice, Arin, Princess, JMK, Sammie, Maria, Tega, Peace, Boma, and Michael. Kayvee voluntarily withdrew from the show.

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