Adekunle and Ceec, two among the finalists, paused to consider how the house has changed over the past few weeks.
Their discussion provided insights into the changing personalities and physical changes of the housemates who had come and gone.
Adekunle and Ceec began their discussion by pointing out the physical changes and how Biggie’s house now has memories of evicted housemates on its walls.
They made an effort to divide the ousted housemates into the quiet ones and the noisemakers as their conversation progressed.
This classification was based on the personalities and behavioral patterns of the housemates rather than just decibel levels.
Ceec shared her perspective on this division, noting that some of the seemingly quiet housemates had their moments of conflict and tension.
She mentioned Alex, Angel, Doyin, and Venita as individuals who had engaged in notable disagreements throughout the season.
She also hyped herself for not having only fights as her highlights. According to her, “I have only had one fight; the other two, I did not engage.”
However, Ceec highlighted that the public’s perception of the housemates might change once they leave the house.
She believed that some housemates, like herself, who had managed to minimise their conflicts in recent weeks, might be remembered differently by viewers.
Adekunle noted how the first week was full of tension as the All Stars quarreled a lot, with Ceec agreeing that it was indeed toxic, thus creating a challenging environment for the All Stars.
Both Adekunle and Ceec expressed relief that the dynamics had shifted since then, allowing them to focus more on their personal journeys and less on confrontations.
In the dynamic terrain of the All Stars house, Adekunle and Ceec’s reflections served as a reminder of how quickly perceptions and relationships can evolve.
As they continued their journey toward the finale, they cherish the moments of growth, adaptation, and self-discovery that the house has offered them.