Multichoice profiles DJ Scratchmaster for tomorrow’s BBNaija party


•As Falz helms Sunday’s live eviction show

The one-hour Saturday party for the BBNaija housemates is one of the highlights of the show, and one that fans look forward to. Tomorrow, the remaining 12 housemates will dance to celebrate the exit of one or two of the five housemates that have been put up for possible eviction on Sunday. They include Bassey, Bisola, Gifty, Debbie-Rise and CocoIce.

Despite the looming eviction, the party usually puts the housemates in high spirit, with so much to drink, while they dance to a collection of club bangers.

Organisers of the show presents, for tomorrow’s party, Keron Hector, aka DJ Scratch Master, from Trinidad on the wheel of steel.

A producer and sound technician who’s been making waves since he was a teenager back in 1990. Throughout his career he’s also earned quite a reputation for his cool, calm and collected demeanor which is in stark contrast to his electric sets and soul stirring remixes known far and wide.

For the biggest moment of the week, being Sunday evening’s eviction, the man to look forward to is Falz The Bahd Guy.

It is not clear if his singing partner, Simi, will accompany him on the show, but Falz will, as usual, bring to the live show, his comic rap songs to the delight of studio audience and viewers across 54 African countries.

Going by some of the remarkable moments in the Big Brother Naija house after the exit of Soma and Miyonse, Kemen poured his heart out to Marvis telling her that he felt that Uriel really liked him but was afraid of falling in love with him. Marvis kept trying to get him to open up more by playing devil’s advocate. Little did he know that Uriel had told Biggie earlier that Kemen would be the last person on earth she would think of dating and that she would rather remain single. Thus, he might not be getting any Valentine’s Day gifts from Uriel.

ThinTallTony was also in a heart to heart with Bisola about his childhood and his mother while Gifty got under the covers and answered Bally’s questions. Bally wanted to know if she had ever been unfaithful and she said “Only once.” She then went on to say that she didn’t like “weak men,” “You’re telling me no, I say yes” meaning that she wanted a man to fight for her.

Will Uriel put Kemen out of his misery? Is Bally interested in Gifty or why would he ask her such leading questions? Indeed there are so many questions begging for answers. Tomorrow’s eviction will lighten up some of the grey areas.


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