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BBNaija 2019: Venita in tears as Team Legend loses to Enigma again

Venita couldn’t hold back her tears on Day 67 when her team, Legend, lost to Enigma in the wager task.

Seyi comforts Venita after she burst out crying [Africa Magic/BBNaija]

Despite several events that happened in the BBNaija house on Thursday, September 5, one event that caught viewers’ attention was Venita’s tears.

As team Enigma bask in their second victory in a row, members of team Legend - especially Venita and Omashola - fight hard to hold back their tears and sadness.

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A hurt Venita couldn’t keep the tears from flowing as she explained some of the things she felt were responsible for her team’s loss. While explaining, Venita found comfort in Seyi’s arms and listening ears. 

At first, it seems like it was only her team’s loss that got to her, but as it turns out, it was more than that.

Venita complained to Seyi about two of her team members, Frodd and Omashola - making it obvious that she wasn’t pleased to be with the team Legend.

The mother of two also complained to Seyi how she was pained by actions of some of the members of team Enigma after their victory. She said she found Mercy gloating as they were announced winners a bit too painful to bear. 

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However, Seyi was quick to assure her that she wasn’t the target of their chants or gloat. Seyi confirmed that the activities were meant to taunt some of the Legend members including Tacha, Omashola, and Frodd.

Tacha is the main person Mercy and Diane were gunning for,” he explained. “I would have loved to shout too after what happened today, but because of you, I kept my cool,” he said while trying to calm Venita.

Just like Venita, Omashola also couldn’t hold back his sadness after the loss of his team. Despite getting himself busy with some exercises to take his mind off the loss, he couldn’t help but speak out.

Omashola found the listening ears of Ike and Mercy, who were celebrating their victory in the garden. Omashola expressed his sadness wondering why his team had to lose the wager challenge twice in a row.

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On his part, Frodd believes the team Enigma didn’t follow Biggie’s instructions in the scroll to the letter. He maintained that his team should have been at a tie with the Enigma.

Team Enigma showed what winners are made of as they clinched victory at 10th week’s Wager Task. The team comprising of Cindy, Mike, Diane, Elozonam, Ike, Seyi, and Mercy showed knowledge, humanity, creativity, tenacity, and resourcefulness making them winners of the Wager Task for the second week in a row. 

This week’s Wager Task Challenge theme was to show love to the elderly ones by developing five presentations which included painting, sculpture, knitting, a poem, and a unique special piece. Both teams took on this Challenge with tenacity but in the end, the better team won.

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