The second day of the Big Brother Naija ‘Shine Ya Eye’ Reunion was on a high tempo as there was some exchange of banter between the former housemates.
Here are some remarkable highlights from the show:
Angel and Maria’s “Gbas Gbos”
After a clip of Maria talking to other housemates about Angel was played, she reiterated that what she said in the clips was her opinion about her (Angel).
Maria stood her ground and was unapologetic about the words she used during the reality show.
Angel said: “I heard I was called a slag and slut”
Angel also insists Maria was doing the same things with her in the house apart from kissing male housemates and she was flirting with Emmanuel and Michael.
Maria said it was Emmanuel who flirted with her and she often drags him to Liquorose when she sensed it was a cruise.
While in the heat of the argument Angel told Maria to accept she was wrong but she fired back at her saying she was never going to say sorry to her.
She said: “I’m not sorry about anything”
Angel Faults Nini’s Friendship
Angel is unhappy that Nini didn’t shut down that particular conversation when she was with Maria, Cross and Micheal.
She asked: “If that conversation was about Arin, would you have shut it down?” Nini said she wouldn’t have because the discussion was also about Angel being strategic.
The show host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu also asked Micheal about the conversation and he claimed not to have said anything.
Sammie Angry at Angel, Kiss with Peace
So, everything started with Sammie being angry that Angel carried out a truth and dare game with Kayvee where she kissed him.
Angel asked Sammie why kissing Kayvee was a problem for him after Queen also carried out a date with him.
Sammie insists he was jealous because he liked Angel.
“And you also like Peace,” Angel said.
“Yes, I like her…. It’s possible I liked you more,” Sammie added.
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