Celebrity Housemates: Muma Gee, Jaywon evicted

The housemates were initially nominated for eviction earlier in the week with three others: Eniola Badmus, Frederick Leonard and Yomi Fash-Lans

The second eviction in the celebrity housemates reality TV Show has just occurred and two housemates, Muma Gee and Jaywon, whose fans couldn’t come through with enough votes to keep them in the house, have left.
The housemates were initially nominated for eviction earlier in the week with three others: Eniola Badmus, Frederick Leonard and Yomi Fash-Lanso.
They were asked to canvas for votes from their fans and viewing public to enable them remain in the house.
The three other contestants got rewarded by their fans with large turnout of votes, while the evicted contestants had dismal votes.
The announcement was made by the voice of the house in the early hours of Monday to vacate the house based on vote counts from the website: www.celebrityhousemates.tv.
The eviction has already set the house in panic as other contestants who remain in the house are now been extra careful and understand the main reason why they are in the house.
It was like a Tsunami when the names were announced, while to some housemates it wasn’t really a surprise as some actually felt it was the right time for the contestants to vacate the house.
For Muma Gee, it wasn’t a surprise to her at all as she was already anticipating her exit from the house, going by the votes recorded from the website.
Though she had a good time in the house, as she was able to learn a lot through the bundle of talents her other contestants came with, but it does not really go well with her and other housemates except for Frederick Leonard, who she clinched with and spent the entire moment while in the house.
She said: “It was a very good opportunity for me to even meet with someone who understands the real me, and could let me out of my shell with his intelligence and maturity.
“I had never met Frederick before the show and when I met him, it was like a new wine and life entirely for me.”
For Oluwajuwonlo Iledare, aka Jaywon, the experience was awesome and it was like starting a new life all over again.
He said: “I used to believe I know it all, and for me I’m not used to doing some things before now.
“The last time I washed my cloths and attend to house chores was when I was growing up, but this house made me understand the fact that you need to attend to some things yourself and doing them is like just exercising and keeping a routine kind of life style.
“I started getting tired of the house the day Ada Ameh was evicted because she was my closest companion in the house.
“She took me like a brother and son, and was always there for me.
“I remembered when I was down in the house, Ada Ameh brought me medications and also brought tea to me every morning and night to ensure I was okay.
“And the other part of it was that she was evicted the same day Funky Mallam also got booted out, and Funky Mallam was my roommate whom we discuss and gist together.
“Ever since then, leaving the house was no longer going to hit me or shock me anymore.”