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It Is Better To Be Evicted Than To Be Disqualified – Mercy Shades Tacha (Video)



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Winner of the 2019 edition of the Big Brother Naija reality TV show, Mercy has declared that it is better to be evicted from the show than to be disqualified.

She made the submission during an interview with Mediaroomhub which also featured fellow BBNaija reality star and lover, Ike.

In the interview, both reality TV stars spoke on various issues ranging from topics on their love life, family, background, and plans for the future before and after the Big Brother show.

During the interview, Mercy advised aspiring Big Brother Naija housemates to avoid getting disqualified from the show.

She said this in response to a question on what she has to say about the BB Naija show.

However, some people on social media have tagged her response as a shade against fellow BB Naija star, Tacha.

Naija News recalls Tacha was disqualified from the show after a bust-up with Mercy during the show.

What do guys have to say to Big Brother Naija? she was asked.

In response, Mercy said; “Big Brother has changed me a lot, I can’t thank him enough. Now I feel like I am old, I have to calculate, like 6 am I am awake taking calls, replying emails. Big Brother has really done something great. I don’t have regrets going to that house.”

“The people out there trying to go to Big Brother Naija house, do not be disqualified, be yourself. Fight and go home? No, the people who have been voting for you, they’ve been spending their money on you, it feels like a let down; if you go there next year, don’t get disqualified.”

“Big Brother picked you to change you and be the best.”

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“It’s better to be evicted than to be disqualified” – Mercy

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