Evicted Selly has to contend with more than just the bewilderment of hearing Oneal had saved Elikem and put her neck on the chopping block instead.
Just a day before Big Brother Africa presenter IK called curtains on her Chase race, the Ghanaian rep was implicated in shocking headlines across the continent when Nando claimed to have acquired sexually transmitted infection—in the house where cameras roll day and night.
In a hushed conversation with Bimp, Nando narrated how he got infected with an STD after his liason with Selly!
Nando and Selly, who were once an item, fell out in the last days of her BBA stint, but concealed why they were avoiding each other.
Nando disclosed that Selly gave him chlamydia, but it is hard to tell how true this is. However, if we are to go by the Tanzanian’s revelations, it explains why the two were no longer getting along well as it was the case at the beginning.
Nando for the past week has been ill, down in bed and if at all his words are to be believed, they answer the question: “What has he been suffering from?”
The Tanzanian lad and the Ghanaian dame had strong feelings for each other that it didn’t even take them a day to open the sexual gates and enjoyed each other’s package through the deed.
Despite the fact that he enjoyed Selly’s goodies, Nando made it crystal clear that he wasn’t ready for a serious relationship but just wanted to satisfy the hungry Nando in him.
Selly’s eviction caps a difficult week in the game for the Ghanaian, who has had to navigate treacherous waters in both the Ruby and Diamond Houses, following a massive fight with former love interest, Sulu.
Luckily the two buried the hatchet when Sulu told her “When other people saw rubbish, you looked at me and saw something precious”.
Before the dust had settled following her swap to the Diamond House on Friday, Selly and former flame, Nando, had a brawl of epic proportions.
Nevertheless, after all is said and done, the two gorgeous divas have a lot to be proud of. Reaching and exceeding The Chase’s halfway mark is no ordinary feat.—Ghanaweb.Com