Muma Gee, Jaywon Get Axed As Celebrity Housemates
Nigeria music stars, Muma Gee and Jaywon have been evicted from the ongoing Celebrity Housemates reality television show.
The two could not survive as their fans couldn’t muster enough votes to keep them in the house during the second eviction moment in the popular show.
Muma Gee and Jaywon were initially nominated for eviction earlier in the week alongside three other housemates: Eniola Badmus, Frederick Leonard and Yomi Fash-Lanso.
They were all asked to canvas for votes from their fans and viewing public to enable them remain in the house. The three other housemates were rewarded by their fans with large 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 show 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 understands 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 as she was already anticipating her exit from the house, going by the lowest voted recorded from the website.
The Afro-pop singer 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.
It, however, 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.
“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,” said Muma Gee after her eviction.
She added that she enjoyed all their chats and intelligent discussions, noting that would be very helpful to her in her other areas of life.
As for the other housemates, it wasn’t too good like many would think.
Her words: “Some of them were living a fake life in the house, all in the name of winning the grand prize, but I lived my life like I always do in my everyday activities, not minding the fact that there was even an attached prize for the winner of the show. Whether the money or not, it was a very great experience and opportunity for me to learn a lot even from some of the guests who came to talk to us.”
For Oluwajuwonlo Iledare, popularly known as Jaywon on his part, the experience was awesome and it was like starting a new life all over again.
Jaywon felt he knew it all and was already comfortable with what he knows and live with, but the participation opened his eyes and orientations to another aspect of life.
“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 wash 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,” Jaywon said.
Recapping his great moment with other housemates, Jaywon added, “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 ok.
“The other part of it was that she was evicted the same day Funky Mallam also got booted out, and funky mallam was my room-mate whom we discuss and gist together. Ever since then leaving the house was no longer going to hit me or shock me anymore”
The music star commended the effort of the organisers for a well-articulated project and their attention to details.
“It’s not an easy task to put together celebrity adults in one house and control them, but they did it successfully, I will always want to come back again if I am opportune to be invited in the future. I feel like going back to school haven learnt so many things and seen the other side of life as an artiste”.
The remaining housemates have braced up their skills and craftsmanship to enable them achieve their aims, but while we also await the eventual winner of the show, the housemates are still canvassing for votes from their fans and loved ones to enable them remain in the house.
The celebrity who started as contestants in the show are: Jaywon, Yomi Fash Lanso, Funky Mallam, Doris Simeon, Ruggedman, Muma Gee, Ada Ameh, Chelsea Eze, Eniola Badmus, Junior Pope, Ogenna Ekwubiri and Frederick Leonard.
The 30-day show is been streamed live on all scheduled online media platforms for 24 hours; one hour daily show on national terrestrial TV and cable stations.
The last man standing will go home with a cash prize of N7 million, while N2million will be donated to two charity homes by the winner and get to keep N5 million.
As the show continues as viewers look forward to that person who will be the celebrity of the year and become the maiden winner of the celebrity housemates reality TV show.