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#BBNaija: Khafi Speaks On Sex With Gedoni

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#BBNaija: Khafi Speaks On Sex With Gedoni

housemate, Kareem, who is also a British police officer has made remarks about allegations of having sexual intercourse in the house.

Khafi Kareem, one of the housemates in the ongoing BBNaija reality show has maintained that she did not have sex with her love interest, Ekpata. She reiterated that she is still celibate and would not have sex on the show.

The former Head of House said she has been celibate for years as a part of her healing process for some issues she had in life at a point.

The news came as a surprise for many fans as Khafi was earlier reported to have had sex with her now-evicted love interest, Gedoni Ekpata, while he was still in the house.

The mystery was resolved when fellow housemate, Ike Oyeama, on Thursday, revealed that he and Diana, a fellow housemate planted a condom by Khafi and Gedoni’s bed as a prank. It sparked rumors that the duo had sex.

Ike told a Khafi that he initially wanted to plant the condom for Omashola and Tacha but was almost caught by the latter, causing him to settle for Khafi and Gedoni.

Reacting to the news, Khafi said:

“Everyone was going to think it was me and Gedoni but my mind is clear, my conscience is clear, it’s not us. It was very funny.

“I and Gedoni looked at each other and was like, no; I am a very physically affectionate person. Nothing will happen in the house,” Khafi  BBNaija

 

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