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Tolanibaj, Frodd evicted from BBNaija All Stars



In a stunning turn of events that left fans both shocked and riveted, the dynamic duo of Tolanibaj and Frodd have been mercilessly ousted from the electrifying Big Brother Naija “All Stars” edition.

The air was charged with tension as Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, the enigmatic host of the show, delivered the heart-wrenching news during a spellbinding Sunday live eviction extravaganza.

Gasps of disbelief echoed through the nation as the vote percentage data flashed on screen, revealing Frodd’s heartbreakingly low 1.22 per cent of the vote share, a number that sent tremors of astonishment across the BBNaija cosmos. But Tolanibaj’s fate was not far removed, with her garnering a mere 1.55 per cent of the tumultuous vote.

The curtains have fallen on this eviction, marking the first time the eviction jury remained backstage, their influence conspicuously absent in this riveting twist.

The tenacious Tolanibaj, renowned for her pulsating beats as a Disc Jockey, declared, “My stay within those walls was nothing short of an electrifying odyssey, brimming with adventure and exhilaration. Brace yourselves, world, for the rise of Tolanibaj, the future global DJ sensation!”

Meanwhile, the resilient Frodd, brimming with entrepreneurial zeal, shared his plans with a determined resolve, “I’ve already set the wheels in motion for a flourishing real estate empire and a revolutionary kitchen cloud venture. Hold onto your seats, as I’m on the brink of unveiling an ingenious app poised to tackle community quandaries head-on. It’s a game-changer, and everyone will soon reap its rewards.”

The stage is now set, the contestants vying for the coveted N120 million grand prize feel the pressure intensify as the competition escalates to unprecedented heights. The Big Brother Naija saga continues, with each moment more spellbinding than the last.

Taiye Olayemi

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