Big Brother Naija season 7 housemate, Phyna, was filled with emotions on Monday night, August 8, after she was nominated for possible eviction for the second time in a row.
The 25-year-old, who was up for possible eviction last week but luckily got saved, was nominated again by the new Head of House, Adekunle, during the Monday live nomination show.
Phyna and four other housemates—Bryan, Khalid, Groovy, and Ilebaye are up for possible eviction.
As Phyna was named as one of the housemates who risk leaving the BBNaija house next Sunday, she got quite emotional and burst into tears while her colleagues tried to console her
Watch the emotional moment below,
In other news, first Vice President of the Nigeria Bar Association, John Aikpokpo-Martins, has dismissed claims that disqualified BBNaija S7 housemate, Beauty Turkura, is a lawyer.
According to him, the former beauty queen’s name did not come up in the Roll of Legal Practitioners in the Supreme Court and the Nigerian Bar Association.
This comes after Beauty Tukura, a former housemate of the show and an acclaimed lawyer, got disqualified from the reality show for breaching the rules of engagement on the show.
His full statement reads:
“RE: BEAUTY TAKURA, LAWYER AND FORMER MISS NIGERIA DISQUALIFIED FROM BBNAIJA SEASON 7.
“My attention and I guess of a large number of lawyers in Nigeria have been drawn to news reports that one Beauty Tukura, who is claimed and/or claims to be a lawyer participated and also got ignominiously disqualified from the on-going Big Brother Naija reality show “for throwing her wig and glasses at” a co-participant in the show after a party.
“These reports have been very embarrassing to most members of the legal profession and may in all reasonable probability bring the profession into disrepute if found to be true. A quick check of the databases of the Roll of Legal Practitioners kept in the Supreme Court and the Nigerian Bar Association failed to reveal the name “Beauty Tukura” to be on the Supreme Court Roll or to be a member of the Nigerian Bar Association.
“However, I hereby appeal to anyone who may be aware of her true name assuming we may have gotten her real name wrong to reach out to me.