BBNaija’5: Erica, first HoH to be evicted. [Nigeria]

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Most talked about housemate and promising winner, Erica has just been disqualified from the Big Brother Naija reality show, abruptly ending her dreams to be in the house for 71 days.

Her disqualification comes after a very messy and nasty fight with Laycon few hours after the Saturday Night party.

Recall with Noble Reporters Media that Laycon was verbally attacked by Erica for refusing to address claims he made about her some days ago.

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Erica who seemed to be under the influence of alcohol rained curses on Laycon and also body-shamed him.

The angered lady also went as far at issuing threats to his life and urging viewers not to vote for him because he has been manipulative in the house.

The 26 year old earned more than 3 strikes already and a very last warning last weekend.

This automatically led to Erica’s disqualification from the show., making her the first head of house to be disqualified in the history of Big Brother house.

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