Toya has become the third person to be evicted from Big Brother 2014
This week in the Big Brother House has been eventful, with Helen’s row with Matthew and Hurricane Toya. The Housemates also took part in their latest shopping task, where they were required to think like each other – which they later failed.
Nominations this week were shaken up, after the Power Couple Toya and Matthew were given the option to nominate a Housemate for eviction, and chose Christopher. The Housemates then nominated as normal, however the power couple were able to veto three Housemate’s nominations. The power couple were then able to save Steven from Eviction and place Toya up for eviction.
In her interview with Emma, Toya joked, “If they’re booing, it’s because they love me, honey!” Emma asked how she felt to be evicted and Toya responded saying, “I’m so relieved…it got to a point where I wasn’t having fun any more” She went on to explain that Helen is “regulating the fun” in the House but “I keep it real and refuse to ever be a victim”
Emma asked why she thinks was chosen to be the Power Housemate and Toya said, “I felt like I was more neutral…” but went on to add, “I am Hurricane Toya…when I’m annoyed you will know…I don’t regret any of that”
Emma observed that when Toya got defensive, her tone can come across quite overwhelming. Toya said, “Before I blew, on two occasions I said, ‘let me explain’…people hear but they don’t listen” Emma asked if she should stay calmer and Toya said “Maybe, but I don’t regret anything I said…Matthew deals with things differently to me…I don’t hold that against him”
Discussing Marlon, Toya commented that, “he needs this (Big Brother) to validate him…When I walked into the House, my spirit didn’t take to him…I don’t respect people that are sheep”
When asked about her relationship with Helen, Toya said, “She’s a very confused girl…she’s got a lot of issues and is very angry…I lost hope over Helen” Emma pressed further asking how much Helen dominates the House and Toya observed, “She sets the tone…her mood is dictated by whether she gets red wine or not…I don’t think she’s inherently bad”