Reactions have trailed the disqualification of Big Brother Naija, BBNaija housemate, Beauty Tukura from season 7.
This follows two strikes given to Beauty an hour before the Sunday live show.
Beauty got double strikes for throwing her wig and glasses at Groovy after the Saturday Night Party.
According to the rules in the BBNaija house, three strikes equal disqualification from the game.
Nigerians have taken to social media criticising the beauty queen for exhibiting bad character which marred her stay in the house.
Here are some comments gathered from Twitter;
@SikaNsuo “Let’s petition Big Brother! Koko Kyloe came back. Our Beauty still has content.”
@KarimAbiodun “Imagine, Miss Nigeria got disqualified on a reality TV show because of jealousy jealousy, exhibition of her anger for a guy you barely know is what got me thinking yesterday night, have you met this guy before this contest? Hell NO.”
@OleleSalvador “Beauty queen; no home training. When our parents drum Charity begins at home, we wondered why. Hopefully it serves as a lesson.”
@Maziibe “I think Beauty came to the house to get disqualified because her actions doesn’t make any sense.”
@Naiyoopumpey “It was too early to even get disqualified. Like you have not gathered a fan base yet that will buy Benz for you.”
@JenniferOluoma4 “Let her go and rest. She has tried character is everything. Emotional management is second.”
@Onyinyechukwu “She can now directly channel her anger to Buhari as per former miss Nigeria. Make Groovy rest.”
@Zulu-Zillah “I feel really bad though isn’t she supposed to be pardoned since it was under influence of alcohol.”
@UchechiClaret “The problem is that they think this is love island. You’re getting disqualified because of man. You will cry tears because you will watch Groovy make out with another girl in that house.”
@PrincessAnita “By the time she comes out and they ask her, Beauty what happened? She will tell them, na my character dey carry me go where I no know. Character is everything. Lack of anger management is part of character flaws. Sorry madam.”