Big Brother Naija “You Are The Biggest Groupie” Mike Week of happiness or not, Omashola and Mike gave us some Pepper with their quarrel.
What started as a mild correction during their workout session in the garden, escalated to a full-blown quarrel between Mike and Omashola in the Pepper Dem House.
Correction Gone Wrong
While having their workout, Omashola pointed out to Seyi that he was not doing the workout right. This comment was ignored by Seyi who continued his routine. Later on, the trainer asked them to touch their calves but Omashola touched his ankles instead. This error by Omashola made Seyi to tell Omashola that he didn’t even know where his calf is located.
The back and forth between these two didn’t go down well with Mike as he told both of them to stop bickering and face the workout. Omashola however, wasn’t going to have Mike play the peacemaker so he told him to shut the f**k up. Mike retorted by calling Omashola a groupie and with these statements, the boxing ring was swept clean for a fight to begin.
The quarrel started properly in the locker room with Omashola blaming Mike for starting the whole issue. He kept yelling but Mike told him to face him like a man. Mike wasn’t done yet as he compared Omashola to a 15-year-old girl on heat 😲. Haaa Mike!
As if remembering that this was a week of happiness, Omashola calmed down and reminded himself that happiness should reign. Well, we guess having a movie treat together does not guarantee a happily ever after.
The Creative Save
Imagine not knowing how to spell the state you come from.
Elozonam took a look at Tacha’s painting on the wall and wondered if Tacha’s spelling of ‘Port Harcourt’ was correct. When he turned to Seyi to ask, Seyi quickly told him he was asking the wrong person. Still, on this correction matter, they looked at her spelling of ‘daughter’ and burst into laughter at the way the letter ‘h’ was positioned. In what they termed ‘creative save’ these two had a good laugh about Tacha’s spelling.
The Pepper Dem Housemates are in the business of catching cruise with one another and we are up for it.