BBNaija S7: Groovy, Sheggz, And Hermes Bow Out Of Big Brother Naija Level Up As Competition Enters Final Week

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Eviction tension rented the air as Groovy, Bryann, Adekunle, Chizzy, Sheggz, Rachel, Bella, and Hermes stood up for the penultimate eviction show. Similar to how Big Brother turned up the heat during last Monday’s Head of House games which saw the use of the ultimate veto power by the HoH Chi Chi in securing a place for Phyna and Daniella in the finale. With the 100m grand prize, the stakes have never been higher.


With the final votes in, it was time to announce the first housemate to leave; after some pensive minutes, the host, Ebuka, called out Groovy.


Amidst shouts of surprise from the fans, Groovy joined Ebuka onstage and shared that his relationship with Phyna was genuine. He plans to return to his business and make good use of the opportunities that come his way.


Next up on the eviction list was Sheggz, and like the Groovy, he also plans to continue his relationship with Bella outside the house. The UK-born footballer said he would like to take things slowly by spending time relaxing with his family, team, and fans post-Big Brother.


With the eviction not over, Ebuka returned to the house once more and asked the nominated housemates to stand. Hermes was next on the chopping block for the last round of evictions. For the fashion model, he is open to everything, including sports and arts with plans to resolve the details of his relationships once out of the house.


For the final week, the voting lines officially opened on Sunday night. Family, fans and viewers have till 9:00 p.m Thursday, 29 September, to vote their fave for the 100m grand prize and become the next Big Brother Naija winner.


For more information about Big Brother Naija season 7, visit  Fans can also catch the show anywhere they are across Sub-saharan Africa, the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland on Showmax. Visit to get started right now.


BBNaija Season 7 is headline sponsored by Pocket by Piggyvest (formerly Abeg) and associate sponsored by Flutterwave.

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