BBNaija 2018: Alex, Teddy A fight dirty (VIDEO)

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Big Brother 2018 housemates, Alex and Teddy A, engaged in a near-fight argument on Monday over shirts provided for them for by the organizers for their Lumapil Forte malaria challenge.

The housemates are to start the new challenge for the week as sponsors of the reality television show come one after the other to showcase their products through the housemates.

The housemates were provided T-shirts of different sizes for the malaria programme, with only one large size in the box.

Teddy A wanted the large size because of his body size, while Alex had already taken possession of it.

This caused quarrel in the house as both housemates engaged in war of words.

In raised voice, Teddy A was heard saying, “You are not under any right to say you want to wear the large or extra-large. I just allowed you just because I see you as a younger sister. am I your younger brother? How dare you dictate for for me, Anuofia!”

On her own, Alex said “There’s no way I will give it to you. You are arrogant. I don’t care who you are. Who do you think you are?

“We all came here to learn and you must learn how to be polite by force.”

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