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BBNaija Day 24: Doyin says Deji is sensitive with low self-esteem

When Doyin “joked” with Deji that he is hesitant to approach Allysyn out in the open, he asked her to be careful what she said. The topic of Doyin’s blunt speaking style came up as a result of this. Deji remarked, “You speak without a comma or full stop.” Because of his sensitivity, Doyin believes the two would not get along either within or outside of the House.Information Guide Nigeria

Doyin described Deji in more than one way when they were speaking, including “insecure.” He has low self-esteem, according to her. Additionally, he did not treat it lightly. Despite knowing that Allysyn likes him, she said this in an attempt to understand why he hasn’t pursued her.

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The fact that Allysyn adores Deji is well known, and it appears that Deji is aware of it. Allysyn shifted her attention away from Adekunle and toward Deji when he arrived. She began by assisting him with the dishes one morning before friend-zoning Adekunle.JAMB Result

Doyin and Adekunle have a discussion going on about Adekunle’s love for Allysyn. He said that, like Allysyn, he is not emotionally committed in a relationship, but Doyin believes he is hiding his emotions. Adekunle requested exclusivity, and Doyin has since made it plain where she sits on the matter. This indicates that, should Allysyn be interested, she is willing to starting another relationship.

Deji, on the other hand, hasn’t expressed a preference for anyone in the House or made any overtures, despite Chichi’s obvious attraction to him. During their talk, Deji’s energy level was low, and Doyin claimed that since being disqualified from the HoH Games, Deji has been sad and despondent. Doyin, who comforted him and reassured him that he is not a failure for how the HoH Game went, heard him express his disappointment at the defeat. He did not like, though, hearing Doyin describe him as unhappy and depressed.

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Emediong Ekpe

Emediong Ekpe is a graduate of English. A professional Sports journalist/analyst, and a spoken word artist. He is passionate about decimating information and putting smiles on people's faces via news writing.

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