Ika Wong cashes out, gets voted out of ‘Big Brother Canada’ house


TORONTO — Did Ika Wong have any idea the other Big Brother Canada houseguests were watching her destroy the letters from their families while pocketing the $5,000?

“Hell no! I had no idea,” she said Friday during an appearance on Global’s The Morning Show.

“I thought I was going to have to explain why I shredded the letters and kept the cheque and I was going to lie, lie and deny. I had no idea they’d already seen all of that.”

Wong, 29, was the fourth competitor to get kicked out of the Big Brother Canada house in season two of the hit show.

She followed in the footsteps of Anick Gervais, Kyle Shore and Paul Jackson after an 8-1 vote.

Wong said her interactions with Adel Elseri were genuine.

“It was the most Ika you will ever see,” she explained. “[With] everybody else you see me fake crying, faking the funk, but with Adel it was 100 per cent real.”

The Thornhill, Ont. resident said she doesn’t regret the way she got booted out.

“I am happy that Big Brother did this to me because at least I left with a bang,” Wong insisted, “and I would not want to leave any other way.”

Big Brother Canada airs Wednesday on Slice. The show will air three nights a week on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays on Slice.

The Big Brother Canada Side Show airs Thursdays, while Big Brother Canada After Dark airs seven days a week from 2 a.m. to 5 a.m. ET/11 p.m. to 2 a.m. PT.

i still can't believe how OTT the other houseguests' reactions were