BBNaija ‘All Stars’ housemate Cynthia Nwadiora, popularly known as CeeC, has candidly revealed that she would have grappled with a troubled conscience had her fellow housemate, Ilebaye, been disqualified following a recent clash between the two.
If Ilebaye was disqualified, I would probably feel guilty – Ceec
The incident occurred on a dramatic Saturday night when tensions escalated between CeeC and Ilebaye, culminating in a physical altercation where Ilebaye reportedly pulled CeeC’s hair.
The incident sent shockwaves throughout the house, leaving both the housemates and viewers in anticipation of the consequences.
However, during the eviction proceedings on Sunday, relief washed over the housemates as it was announced that Ilebaye would not be disqualified. Instead, Big Brother issued her a double strike, a disciplinary action that came as a relief to CeeC.
In a candid conversation with another housemate, CeeC opened up about her emotions, admitting that she would have been burdened with guilt if Ilebaye had been disqualified.
The Enugu-born lawyer confessed that she would have felt responsible for Ilebaye’s exit
In her words;
If Ilebaye had been disqualified, I would probably feel like I’m the reason she left. And I don’t want that on my conscience.”
Furthermore, CeeC lightened the conversation by playfully addressing the punishment she received from Big Brother.
“Big Brother, thank you o. But this punishment wey you give me sha [laughs],” she added.