Former Big Brother Naija housemates, BamBam and Teddy A visited the Nigerian Breweries Headquarters on Thursday 4th April 2018.

L-R Portfolio Manager – Mainstream, Lager and Stout brands NBPlc., Emmanuel Agu, Former BBNaija Housemates, Oluwabamike Olawumi, and Tope Teddy Adenibuyan, Brand Manager,“33” Export & Stout NBPlc Oluseun Lawal During a Courtesy at the Nigerian Breweries Headquarters, Courtesy of Legend Extra Stout.

After their shocking eviction from the BBNaija house, the housemates who have progressed from being strategic partners to romantic partners were evicted a day apart after being up for eviction alongside Cee C, and Nina.

The two received an exclusive reception where they also shared their experiences in the house especially the energetic and fun-filled Saturday night party which is sponsored by Legend Extra stout.

Speaking on how she was able to maintain calm and stability in the house, the soft spoken Bambam said “I was raised by a calm mother in a serene environment where there were no noise, incessant quarrel of any sorts, my mum is a dove. When I got to the University and saw something different, the calmness in me made a way because I am not used to such dramatic and lousy life.”

Speaking on what fans should expect from the BamTeddy relationship, Teddy A said fans should simply ‘watch out’. He however expressed his gratitude to Legend Extra Stout for coming through every saturday night in the Big Brother Naija house as he jokingly asked for a one year supply of the real stout.

The duo concluded the interview by saying they are ready to leverage the fame they have gotten from BBNaija to go fully into their individual careers and they are ready for opportunities available to them. They were later taken on a tour of the building to meet with the staff of Nigerian Breweries where they met with some top officials including the Corporate Affairs Adviser Mr Kufre Ekanem.

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