The visibly elated 14 remaining Housemates were unfortunately in “freeze mode” and could not interact with the “Classic Man” hitmaker.
Ebuka took the thrilled Jidenna around the different sections of the House.
In his reaction, Jidenna said he liked the seats at the longe, the Head of House’s Room and the garden.
“The House is better than on Television, well made, well designed. I am a fan of the House, and it was really well done,” Jidenna told Ebuka.
Jidenna also told Ebuka that he would love to be one of the Housemates if given the right conditions.
The tour lasted less than 5 minutes and was succeeded by the Live Eviction Show.
The Housemates who were unfrozen by Big Brother after Jidenna’s departure revealed their displeasure by yelling politely at Biggie, perhaps for preventing them from having a conversation with the musician.
However, Ebuka announced to fans that the American rapper will have a second tour of the House and interact with the Housemates after live eviction.
Jidenna, who visited the housemates shortly after the eviction show, encouraged the housemates to be themselves in the house and surpass all kinds of emotions.
The ‘Bambi’ singer further wished them success in their lives after the BBNaija show.
“I can imagine what it’s like to be here, it can’t be easy to be cooked up in here and going through real emotions
“I salute you all as soldiers and warriors. We put our heart out for people to scrutinize and praise us it is not easy.
“But I wish you all the luck in your respective careers beyond this show.”
Jidenna, 34, is from Imo State. He released his first studio album, The Chief, in 2017.