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BBNaija S6: Saskay Reveals she’s attracted to Yousef

The Shine Ya Eye edition of the Big Brother Naija reality show is getting more interesting by the day as the housemates get to know each other.

During a Diary Session with Big Brother on Thursday, Saskay revealed that she’s attracted to Yousef because of his personality and she wasn’t surprised Peace picked him as her deputy because she believes Yousef’s personality is attractive to “every lady”.

Biggie asked Saskay how she felt about Peace’s choice of Yousef as her Deputy Head of House and she responded, “Yousef is the chilled, laid back guy. Every lady would want him because he is quiet. I wasn’t surprised that she picked him.

He’s that kind of complicated person that you want to know about but he doesn’t say much so you may have to go a bit closer to him to know more. I think every lady likes a guy like that. Every lady is attracted to something they don’t know. So it’s a good choice.”

Then Biggie asked, “When you say every lady, does that include you?

With laughs and smiles, Saskay replied, “Yes, it includes me.”

Housemates Angel and Sammie also sparked relationship rumours barely 72 hours into their stay in the house. While the housemates are yet to make verbal declarations, they spent the best part of day two finding opportunities to snuggle up on each other, signaling a new couple alert.

Sammie also during a conversation with housemate Niyi said that Angel found him attractive and that she said he is the kind of guy she rolled with.

The cameras spotted Angel and Sammie sharing some cozy moments in the bedroom and garden as the rest of the housemates discussed their new task. A task which involved creating a culture infused drama of not less than 40 minutes.

After the task, Sammie broke down in tears, saying he feels inferior to his colleagues on the reality show. According to him, he started feeling inferior and this made him cry in the house during the cultural drama rehearsal as he saw himself as the one with the least abilities among the housemates.

Explaining to Angel, he said, “I was in the garden and just started thinking and looking at everybody like, from different places, and I just had a thought of where I was coming from personally and what I’m doing here. I don’t know what triggered me crying but it just happened.”

Angel, consoling him, advised him to start practicing positive self-affirmation. “You have to remind yourself that you are sufficient, and you’re equal to everyone. Nobody here is better than you,” Angel said.

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