A former Big Brother Naija Season 6 housemate, Tega, has explained what happened under the duvet with a male housemate, Boma.
“I went in too hard. We never crossed the boundary. No sex,” Tega explained on Wednesday.
Both Boma and Tega were evicted on Sunday, alongside Peace and Michael during the King Size eviction night.
After her eviction, Tega made several efforts to clarify that despite her romance with Boma, they never had sex.
A viral video clip had shown Boma kissing Tega passionately in the executive lounge, and another scene showing erotic movements under the duvet. Boma, however, said, “I didn’t do it.”
Boma said that there were many moments involving every housemate, such that it could be difficult to recollect some of the issues involving him and everyone.
Boma, who also spoke on Wednesday, said that no sex happened and that everything that took place in the House was a mere show, rather than reality.
He noted that everything was premeditated and that he only apologised for peace sake, to enable him focus on his job now that he is out of the house.
Narrating what happened under the sheets, Tega, who apologised for her actions in the house, said Boma was seen reaching for tissue paper while under the duvet because he had sinuses.
She said, “I have seen the videos. Boma has sinuses and beside his bed, there are like tiny packs of tissue papers, right. So often, I wake him up to blow his nose. We were kissing. So it is not like we did not kiss, we did.
“We went in hard, but we had boundaries. No sex; but we needed something for it to look real.
“I also saw videos of when he called me to the executive lounge and I was still trying to take off my nightwear.
“I think I wanted to have a bath when he called me to get dressed fast. When he said that, I just took off my nightwear and wore jeans and a singlet, then we went in.
“The kiss was prompted by us talking about the production crew focused on what we were doing.
“For those saying he fingered me, that never happened. We never crossed the boundary.
“I am not saying this to defend myself, but I own up to everything and admit that I went in too hard.”