One notable housemate in this year's big brother Naija show tagged lockdown edition is Lucy, the south-south indigene precisely Akwa Ibom state is one housemate that keeps drawing attention to her self. The 30-year-old entrepreneur is someone that likes engaging people in talks. To some housemates she is outspoken and to some fans, she is loud and acting.
It is now business as usual, as all housemates are now focused on the prize. After the head of house games, housemates retired to the lounge to their normal discussions before the game. From one discussion to another but one got the attention of viewers. Along the night, Lucy said to fellow housemate Kiasha that she is always frowning and do not smile at all. Kaisha replied that it is not true, this went on till the intervention of fellow housemate Laycon. The lanky musician induced that "this is what she thinks" in a bid to solve the debate.
Here are a few reactions from fans and what they now think of Lucy.
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