BBNaija 2019: Tuoyo Predicts Three Housemates That Might Eventually Become The Winner Of The Reality Show (Video)

Tuoyo is the first male housemate to be evicted from the BBNaija ‘Pepper Dem’ season four house.

The part-time stripper and Nollywood hopeful has named three persons that might eventually become the winner of the Pepperdem edition.

In an interview with Opera News, Tuoyo who was the first male housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother tv reality show season 4, spoke about a lot of things and those he thinks will get to the finals.

For Tuoyo, he enjoyed every moment in the house even though he regrets not coming out to reveal his stripper side on time for the viewers and housemates in the house. First on our questions list was how he felt about the new celebrity status that comes with a housemate in the BBNaija house.

When asked two people he thinks might make it to the final, Tuoyo said:

”With what i am seeing outside, Tacha and Mercy might make it because they have good chance to be in the house and maybe Sir Dee too, he might be in the house till the last day.”

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According to Tuoyo, he is sure Mercy, Tacha and Sir Dee would get to the finals. This is because so far, the three are the top housemates with the highest fan base.

Mercy had the highest number of votes when she was nominated for possible eviction during the second week in the house.

Tacha, on the other hand, is known to be controversial which is why most viewers like her because she is different from others.

Sir Dee has stolen the heart to many viewers with his cool and calm attitude which has also earned him lots of respect in the house. Sir Dee is nothing close to being called arrogant but he sure knows how to approach everyone, and at any time.


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