Shine ya eye housemate of Big Brother Naija, Michael, displayed a strange behaviour during the Friday night Jacuzzi Party that got the housemates worried and confused.
During the party, Michael was on a roller coaster of emotions.
At first, he was excited, then He became teary afterwards.
It became more strangely, when Michael moved from shedding tears to punching walls with reckless abandon.
It was observed that on Saturday night his original song was played during the party.
He was so excited and he told the rest of the housemates, who celebrated with him.
Just immediately after the excitement Michael began to cry uncontrollably.
Fellow housemates, Peace and Tega tried to console him when he started crying. Peace encouraged him by saying, “Your work is fantastic, your voice is fantastic, you’re doing well.”
Tega was also at the scene trying to crack jokes to make him calm down and he thanked both of them for the care.
Another housemate Liquorose who tried to engage him in a conversation asked him what the problem was, it was then he revealed that he’s missing his dad.
He said, “I just miss my dad because he knows. I just see his smile and then I can’t even call him.”
As the conversation continued between the duo, she pleaded with him to calm down but he went into the bathroom and started punching the walls, an action that got Liquorose really worried at first.
Liquorose tried to make him stop but when he didn’t listen, she reached out to Jackie B who is his love interest and one of the current heads of house.
At first, Jackie B was worried at first that he may punch her but Liquorose said Jackie B should try to console him.
Michael couldn’t calm down as he even punched a hole into the wall.
While other housemates became worried over Michael’s behaviour , Big Brother however, called him into the diary room.
Michael is the second housemate who is behaving strangely in the big brother house.
Recall that Kayvee, a fellow housemate who came in with Michael on the second week of the show started acting strangely and had to live because of medical condition.