Shocks as popular Kiddiwaya, Prince ousted from BBnaija Lockdown house

FORMER Mr. Nigeria, Prince, and son of billionaire socialite, Kiddiwaya were on Sunday night evicted from the BBNaija Lockdown house.

The development followed the lowest number of votes they got this week, while Dorathy and Ozo were saved by the voting public.

Speaking to Ebuka on the live stage, Prince said he had a premonition that he might be evicted, hence the reason for his mood swings throughout the week.

“I kind of knew it was coming that’s why I really wanted to win HOH this week. It was getting close and tougher and with strong people left in the house. So I needed to win cos I knew there was a possibility of me been evicted,” he said.

Speaking on his closeness with Nengi from the onset of the show, Prince said some of his friends in the house were pestering him to get booed up.

“I felt everyone was pushy. From the first week, they were asking who do I like, so I said I liked Nengi. But when I saw some other housemates liked me, so I decided like, well let’s catch some cruise”.

On if he intended to pursue his feelings for Tolanibaj, Prince said he will wait to speak to her to clear up some issues surrounding a possible triangle with Neo.

Speaking on his next move, he said he will like to go into show hosting as well as acting, while he also seized the opportunity to ask Ebuka to do him the honour of being his mentor.

Also speaking to Ebuka on stage, Kiddwaya said he was not attracted to Nengi, that he only loved her vibe and the fact that they parties together.

On his feelings for Erica, he said she was someone he wants to keep in his life, either as a friend or as a romantic partner.

When Ebuka pressed further, Kiddwaya said he was not one to lead a girl on into a relationship, but insisted that Erica was a nice person, but he would love to go outside and see what the future holds before taking a decision.

He said he was already looking forward to new challenges and to get back to work.

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