Mercy was disappointed with her team’s result in this week’s cooking competition and she is ready to do something about it. She felt her team deserves to win because they put in a lot of effort and he plan is to beat someone up. Also, she ridiculed Arla butter team’s meal. “Their food is not that great”. she said.
“If I buy that kind of food from a restaurant, I won’t go back there again.” She added.
Venita, Mercy’s housemate agrees with her, She also thought her team should have won. “Despite my team’s effort, they were picked as the winner”, Venita said while referring to Arla butter team that won the contest.
Here is what people are saying on twitter.
I guess they are yet to wrap their heads around the fact that #TeamArlaButter won the cooking challenge.
It is what it is, its a task and the BEST team won.
It’s as simple as that #BBNaija
— #BBNAIJA (@TWEETORACLE) September 4, 2019
Mercy’s soreness about Khafi, Frodd, Tacha and Omashola’s team winning was noted but we couldn’t help but wonder if karma was at play here. Remember the last Dano challenge where Mercy flashed the zero card at Khafi’s team? Well, this tweep thinks fate had something to do about the situation.
Mercy raise a zero card for Omashola,Frodd and Khafi.. for Arla Danilo milk challenge… but today they finally regained the 250k… is God not wonderful #BBNaija pic.twitter.com/tJFUfB8ok8
— Marii🥀🔱 (@O_obasa1) September 5, 2019
Ignorance Is Bliss
While the other Housemates were talking about them, Tacha and her teammates were enjoying the feeling of being winners. They carried on with preparations for their Task oblivious of what the other teams felt about their victory. Well, what they don’t know won’t hurt them.
With the Arla/Dano challenge out of the way, how ready are the teams for the Wager Task Presentation?
This was Mercy talking about the food that the Arla Butter team made. She was not alone in this as Venita couldn’t believe that despite all her team’s efforts, they were not picked as winners. Venita who was vexed shouted that, “they are mad,” referring to the judges.