No leave no transfer, aka 99 days, also known as Tacha, has been disgracefully escorted out of the Big Brother Naija house.
Following her fight with Mercy earlier, Big Brother has disqualified Tacha. Tacha was chosen as part of the housemates for this year's Big Brother Naija 'Pepper Dem' season from the last minute social media audition which held after the public offline auditions.
Tacha came into the house, resting on the support of her huge fan base and celebrity backing. She started out as being cocky and over confident, which began to raise eyebrows. But her PR team always described her arrogance as confidence in herself.
As the game progressed, Tacha began to show her true self, one that wasn't anything to write home about. She started throwing tantrums and fighting with housemates daily.
She decided to tow the path of her predecessor, Cee-C. Tacha made it a point of duty to fight with everyone in the house and throw derogatory insults at housemates at any given time.
This last fight, although much anticipated, took a different and violent turn when she physically assaulted Mercy by shoving her and dragging her hair twice.
Tacha also continued to insult Mercy in the presence of Ebuka when he came to evict Cindy earlier. Ebuka, who is no fan of Tacha, graciously maintained his cool while she continued to hurl insults at her, disrespecting his presence.
Tacha must have thought she was only going to get a strike or two or at most be disqualified together with Mercy, but to her greatest shock, Big Brother disqualified only her and gave Mercy two strikes.
Nigerians are beyond elated, as many Tacha supporters, especially celebrities, before the shocking disqualification had gone ahead to withdraw their support for the influencer.
Tacha, who bestowed on herself "No leave, no transfer", was disgracefully evicted from the reality show.