BBNaija: Ebuka finally reacts to rumors of Groovy’s mouth odour

Popular Nigerian media personality, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu has taken to social media to react to rumour making the rounds about BBNaija season “Level Up” housemate, Groovy mouth odour.

Recall a clip from the BBNaija season 7 becomes the rave of the moment, in the clip Ebuka could be seen trying to save his life as he immediately cover his nose after Groovy screamed at his face due to his excitement after being called on stage.

Netizens had speculated that the new housemate might have a foul breath which caused Ebuka to hold his nose after the reality star screamed at his face.

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Some also concluded that it might be due to alcohol and others share their contrary opinions.

Reacting to these speculations, Ebuka has said that his nose-rubbing had nothing to do with bad odour and they should let the new housemate be.

Ebuka tweeted; “And na nose I bin dey scratch o! Make una allow Groovy rest abeg.”

See screenshot of Ebuka’s post via his Twitter handle below; 

Ebuka

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The post has generated several reactions as many claimed Ebuka was lying as they concluded that they way he covers his nose, the distance and facial expression among others says it all. See below;

@Jieorge: @Ebuka what you did wasn’t like you were scratching your Nose ooo. You gave others after him distance oooh😂😂

@isaacsparklecfr: 😂 you sha don use style give am endorsement deal with Colgate ..nice one baba 🥂.

@mandu_preye: Baba, We Know wetin You do.

@seechman: Even pesin wey no know wetin Dem dey talk about still dey laugh.

@ThankGod_cyril: Nah! I see what you did there .

@mercy_chuku: Ebuka you for no clear yourself first. Person for the house for talk am later say the odour na real. E go blow your cover oh

 

 

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