There is a recent bond that has brought some joy to two housemates, the dynamic duo of Mercy Eke and Whitemoney. These two former Big Brother Naija winners have been setting the house on fire with their playful banter and unexpected discussions about their future together, including the possibility of having children.
Since Whitemoney had a heated altercation with Ilebaye, Whitemoney appeared to be carrying the weight of Biggie’s house on his shoulders, leading to a noticeable change in his demeanour. This shift did not go unnoticed to Mercy Eke, who took it upon herself to lift his spirits.
Mercy Eke: The cheerleader
Mercy Eke has taken on the role of Whitemoney’s personal cheerleader. She has been offering words of encouragement, sharing meals with him, and reminding him of his resilience as a hustler who has successfully built a business.
In the garden, Mercy Eke and Whitemoney engaged in a lighthearted conversation that quickly turned to their future together. Whitemoney playfully mentioned that he didn’t like his beard being touched, sparking laughter between the two. However, it was the discussion about having children that really stole the show.
Dreaming and naming their future together
In a moment of candour, Whitemoney told Mercy Eke that if she wanted to have his surname, she must have his children. Mercy Eke responded with a twinkle in her eye, saying that she plans to have two kids, a boy and a girl, perhaps even three, two boys and a girl. In her playful yet confident manner, Mercy Eke mentioned that with such a family, they would be the richest couple in Africa, envisioning their names gracing the Forbes list of richest couples.
The playful banter continued as Mercy Eke revealed that she already had a name for their first son: Dolce. She expressed her desire to give each child a name from the country or region they were born in, emphasising their multicultural future.
Will their closeness carry them through the season and to the Big Brother Naija finale stage one more time?
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