Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye housemate, Michael has revealed that Liquorose’s ex-boyfriend was his boy.
According to Michael, Liquorose is like his Gee (younger friend) since he is in a relationship with her ex-lover whose name he revealed as Manyou.
Naija News understands that the male housemate disclosed this during a conversation with Jackie B last night as they spoke about female housemates who are attracted to him on the reality show.
He said: “I can’t have a relationship with Liquorose. I have a personal relationship with her ex-boyfriend, Manyou outside the house.
“He’s my boy and an ex-basketball player. Liquoroce is like my Gee,” Michael told Jackie B.
Michael also mentioned that he doesn’t think Liquorose likes him and would entertain the thought of a relationship.
Meanwhile, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has revealed why it invaded the residence of a former housemate in Big Brother Naija reality show, Dorathy.
Naija News had earlier reported that the reality tv star in a post on her Instagram account lamented how it is unsafe to stay in Nigeria after EFCC operatives broke into her house
Dorathy had claimed that the commission invaded her residence, claiming that they are after a suspected internet fraudster.
The anti-graft agency while reacting in a statement on Monday however said its operatives broke into her residence because they refused to open the door.
EFCC said, “The Commission can confirm that operatives from the Lagos Command of the Commission, acting on verified intelligence, executed a Search Warrant at a block of flats located in the Lekki area of Lagos on Monday, 23rd August 2021 during which nine internet fraud suspects were arrested.”
“Ms Bachor’s apartment happened to be one of the flats in the building. EFCC operatives had knocked on her entrance door, identified themselves as being from the Commission on a mission to execute a Search Warrant. But they were refused entry, for several minutes by Bachor’s sister. The operatives were left with no choice than to force their way in, lest suspects escape or destroy vital evidence.”