Mercy and Ike: BB Naija Lovebirds set to premiere Reality Show

Big Brother Naija: Pepper Dem Edition couple, Mercy Eke and Steve Ikechukwu Onyeama, are set to premiere their reality TV show this Sunday, April 26, 2020.

The show aptly titled Mercy & Ike is a first-of-its-kind Big Brother spinoff; it follows the couple’s lives after their stay in the house—giving fans an exclusive peek into their relationship.

Mercy and Ike‘s relationship after Big Brother and their struggle to solidify their commitment to each other. Mercy’s sister Promise is the thorn in Ike’s journey to win Mercy’s heart.

Mercy & Ike promise to reveal the tears behind the glitz and glamour that has adorned the former BB Naija housemates’ on-and-off relationship.

“Love is a battle. Love is war; Love is growing up,” Eke shares while promoting the show. “True love is rare, and it’s the only thing that gives life meaning. Love means not only needing someone to complete you; it also means someone to accept you completely. True love is not afraid to show weakness.”

We can’t wait to see this love she talks about passionately.

Watch the teaser below.

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Daniel Okechukwu
Daniel is a Nollywood blogger; he discusses the latest happenings in the Nigerian Film Industry. His writings on Nollywood have appeared on Okayafrica, Africa is a Country, Konbini, and Culture Custodian.

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