A big blow has been dealt to Angola Sunday night as both of the housemates in Big Brother The Chase from the Southern African country were sent marching home.
Shy Diamond dudes Biguesas and Neyll became the third pair to be evicted from the reality show.
Sunday night’s live eviction show opened with an electrifying performance from Ghanaian superstar EL.
The award winning singing sensation treated the live show crowd to a performance of his hit track “Hallelujah”.
After EL’s performance host of the live show, IK crossed over to the housemates where he revealed the startling results of tonight’s eviction.
Biguesas and Neyll made history when they were sent home packing as this is the first time in Big Brother Africa history that two housemates from the same country got evicted on the same night.
The pair's eviction was met with a mix of emotions from their fellow Housemates.
First to receive the news of his fate in the house was Biguesas who took it all in his stride as he smiled and had nothing but love for his fellow housemates as he made his grand exit from the Diamond house.
Only a few minutes after learning that he had his head thrown under the eviction guillotine by Head of House in the Rubies house Selly in order to save Oneal; Neyll then got word from live show's presenter IK that his journey on the game had come to an end.
The news of Neyll’s exit was met with shock from the fellow housemates and the tears flowed in both houses.
Clearly the quiet gentleman had a lasting impression on his fellow Housemates in both houses.
Last week’s evictees and former The Chase lovebirds LK4 and Koketso also made a brief return to the show when IK shared separate videos of the former housemates each sharing about how their lives have changed after exiting from the Big Brother House.
According to the pair they are taking things slow and are just close friends for now.
They also shared that they do not feel any regrets about being on the show.
“Thank you so much for loving me and accepting me,” the South African dame purred to Africa.