At their fourth Saturday night party, the Lockdown took him downstairs as a dancer, which is valid for at least two Sundays.
The show had some notable moments that you could not miss. So, here are five of the highlights of the night:
- Spending Edited notes of naira
Interestingly, the housemates had a circular sum that can be spray as much as possible. Each pile had the faces of the housemate in the house. Talk about rubbing salt in my wounds – d’ oh!
- The garments of the people who lived in the houses represented their tribes.
During the night, Kiddwaya, Prince and Laycon had statements of claims for their land. Kiddwaya wore a monochrome modular dress representing the Benue people while Prince’s Isi Agu created its patterned garments at its Igbo origins. Laycon’s clever agbada became one of the best of the night.
- Crowd Kontroller managed the night.
Zero Breakdown, Time to relax! On the metal, wheels were Trump Controller, who kept his name.
DJ crowd controller did justice to Nigeria Music Industry— Shakara Media Africa (@shakaraonlinetv) August 15, 2020
He went round d clock
From west to east.
Not dis Lagos DJs that think Lagos is d only place people listen to song. #BBNajia pic.twitter.com/WILP1e2qwX
At night, the DJ released the tune after the madness and knew the right time to change the heat with a musical tour around Nigeria.
The night also saw a short performance from Terry The Voice.
- Laycon is the king of Owambe.
Laycon decided to end his misery, and the result was an explosion of dynamic dance moves.
He allowed all the loss of the night, and his agbada dress came in very valuable with the results they brought to his many gums.
- Kaisha finally made her day Saturday night.
It appears that Kaisha was visiting the party with the remaining adrenaline after arguing with her housemate Nengi. For the first time since the show has started, she looks unstoppable.
While Neo, Prince, Praise, Erica, and Tolanibaj continue their reign with full respect for dance, Kiddwaya made a good point for him to give up all rhythm that hit our planes.