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    Maria was the life of BBNaija house, sad Pere says

    Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye housemate, Pere, has stated that recently evicted housemate, Maria, was the life of the show.

    He said this while talking with Yousef and Boma, after the live eviction show on Sunday, where JMK, Sammie and Maria were evicted.

    Maria’s eviction came as a shock to her, her fans and the housemates as her bestie, Liquorose, was in tears after her exit.

    As Boma and Yousef were chatting about Maria, Pere looked sad and withdrawn. The only thing he said was, “That girl was literally the life of this house.”

    Boma asked if he was speaking about Maria and he replied in the positive.

    “I’m not scared for Maria. I’ve worked closely with Maria. I used to work as her deputy,” Boma said.

    Yousef said, “Yea, you were close with Maria. She likes you.”

    “I was really close with Maria. Yea, I was. I was really close with Maria. I was a big fan of Maria. When you go outside, you’re going to know. ‘Cause you’re going to know who’s close to you. I’ve told her, I would not carry my okro close to you,” Boma said.

    As Pere still looked sad and was quiet, the guys tried to cheer him up to get over Maria’s eviction.

    Boma said, “Be strong bro, I know you’re going to feel it.”

    Yousef told Pere that he was happy the latter wasn’t evicted as he said, “I’m glad you’re back.”

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