“Where was the energy?,” Mercy Eke and Venita ask, as they mock Tacha for defending her bestie, Khafi (Video)

May 22, 2020
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Big Brother Naija 2019 ended about eight months ago but the housemates of that edition have been consistent with serving fans undiluted drama.

On the latest update, the winner of last year’s editon, Mercy Eke and ex-housemate, Venita Akpofure, seem to have taken swipe at ‘sworn enemy’, Tacha and her bestie, Khafi Kareem.

Recall Tacha had earlier made a video of herself while sitting inside a car, firing back at the people those who refer to Khafi as a gossip and a two-faced person, when in truth, they are not better than her in that regard.

I understand that you don’t have to be friends with someone, but that doesn’t mean when you see blue, you outrightly call it red, because you are not friends with the person. It just doesn’t make sense.

How all of you can be so comfortable calling one person a gossip, two-faced, but at the end of the day you all are saints.

Why are you people coming for Khafi then?” Tacha said.

However, in what has been deemed an immediate subtle reply, Mercy and Venita were seen joking around, saying ; ”Wanna come online and pretend you’re defending your friend, Where was the energy?”

See video below ;

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