Tolanibaj and Frodd Have Been Evicted From BBN All-Stars Show

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In a dramatic turn of events, the journey has come to an end for the dynamic duo, Tolanibaj and Frodd, in the ongoing Big Brother Naija All-AllStar edition, as they have bid farewell to the contest. Tolanibaj and Frodd, who captivated audiences with their personalities and strategies, have become the fourth and fifth housemates to be evicted from the BBN All-Stars Show.

Tolanibaj and Frodd

As they faced the reality of their departure, the duo joined host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on stage to discuss their experiences. Tolanibaj, reflecting on her time in the house, shared, “I felt I was getting very tired of the house. I was very content though. But once my mind told me there was a chance I had already accepted it. I gave some parting words to some few people but I knew I would look my best.

The ex-housemate also shed light on her relationship with fellow contestant Neo. She described him as a “sweet guy” and expressed her regret at not having given their connection a fair chance. She acknowledged that she didn’t get to know him as much as she would have liked, but recognizing Neo as an individual, she noticed certain qualities that set him apart.

On the other hand, Frodd, whose eviction followed Tolanibaj’s, shared his excitement at leaving the House to reunite with his newborn baby named Elena. His departure brought a sense of anticipation for a new chapter as he would embark on the journey of fatherhood.

Tolanibaj and Frodd

The eviction results revealed that Tolanibaj and Frodd found themselves in the ‘bottom two’ position, having garnered the least number of votes. Seyi, narrowly escaping eviction for the fourth consecutive time, managed to secure another week in the house, despite facing tough competition in the voting process.

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