Big Brother made the jacuzzi available after a long time, and the female housemates seized the opportunity to wear their sexy swimwears.
Nengi came out looking smashing in her Bikini and cover-up as Davido’s song “Sweet in the middle” played in the background.
Lover boy Ozo found Nengi so irresistible that he went ahead to stylishly touch her butt.
This is coming few hours after Ozo was issued a strike by Big Brother, for writing love letter to Nengi.
Watch video below,
However, Ozo’s sister, Narcy has come out to justify his behaviour in the house and obsession with Nengi.
Narcy, took to her social media page to ask Nigerians to stop the criticism and mockery on Ozo simply because he chose to love someone on National TV.
Narcy shared series of videos listing reasons why Ozo should not be criticized and most notably, she stated that he hasn’t hurt anyone but he is just being human.
In her words,
“Good day everyone. So I’ll be interrupting your day a bit to talk about the things going on with my brother @OfficialOzoBBN and I hope it gets you all to understand a bit more and to please please stop the hate and negativity❤⭕
“He is just being human..just as we all are.
“He hasn’t hurt anyone and yet he is being dragged like someone who has.
“The world would be a much better place if we focused on each others strengths and not our weakness or most especially our “perceived weaknesses” Love and light always”. She added.
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