WINDHOEK – Upville housemates seems to have it against Lady May who is up for possible eviction come this Sunday yet again.
She seems not be bothered by the nomination, confidently hoping that Africa is again voting to keep her in. Just when she thought she was safe after receiving a total of five votes from fellow housemates, she was saved from being evicted last Sunday thanks to the number of popularity votes in her favour.
However, fellow country person, Junia, was not so lucky being the second housemate to leave last Sunday. Kenyan brother, Malonza, was shown the exit door and the first to leave last Sunday while Junia stayed behind wailing uncontrollably at the fact that her man had left her behind.
Soon after Malonza left. Presenter IK wasted no time in letting housemates know that two Upville housemates would be going home. Junia seemed to have brightened up at the thought of exiting with her buddy / lover boy, Malonza, and even uttered that she was glad that it was him that she was leaving with.
Fellow housemates Kyle, Goldie and Prezzo, who were also up for eviction, breathed a sigh of relief knowing that they would see another week in the house, and still be in the running for the grand prize.
Teary - eyed
A clearly upset Prezzo spoke to Big Brother this week, and literally poured his heart out to Biggie before breaking down. Ever since the Downville housemates entered the Upville residence, there has been nothing more that disorder, which has caused some division amongst housemates, Prezzo wailed.
He went on that this was bothering him, and causing him to be hostile due to divisions.
Biggie comforted the brother telling him that should violence be a thought in his head, he ought to forget about it and find a way to deal with the situation in a reasonable manner.
Now just when you thought they were going to confess, Malonza and Junia were still tight lipped about what exactly was going on between them. Malonza, first to be evicted, told IK that he and Junia were just friends, and the cuddle sessions were just an added bonus. What matters most is their friendship. He made it clear that they are just friends and will remain to be friends now that they have both left the house.
Junia was all blushy and couldn’t stop giggling at hearing Malonza’s name while on stage. The bubbly Namibian explained to IK that she wasn’t sure what it was but also assured him that they were just friends, even though those that have been glued to their sets might be thinking otherwise.
Wati the drunk
Now this brother seems to have issues of his own, even upon his entrance into the Upville residence, he was banned from drinking alcohol. This was after he went off at Goldie calling her all sorts of names one need not dare to repeat.
He has since been at it again downing alcohol as if it was mineral water, and then going off and starting arguments with fellow housemates.
If Biggie does not address the mater soon, chances are housemates will have all alcohol banned, thanks to Wati’s uncontrollable ways, and one can bet the other housemates won’ t find that a bit funny.
Who could be going?
This week no one was safe from being nominated. Nominated this week along with Lady May are Kenya’s bad boy Prezzo, his lady Goldie, and the cool brother from Uganda Kyle. Goldie and Prezzo had a lot to say about Lady May this week after she decided she wasn’t going to be part of a workout routine, calling her unapproachable, distant and cold.
Keagan was once again head of house this week, and after being in the top four nominated, he replaced himself with Kyle, dodging the chopping board for a second time round.
Lady May did tell Biggie that she will just have to be strong this week and wait for Sunday to reveal who will be heading home.
There are three ways to vote to keep Lady May in Big Brother StarGame - via web, SMS or WAP. To vote via web or WAP, go to www.africamagic.tv/bigbrother, log in, click ‘Vote’ and then click the appropriate button for the housemate you’d like to keep in the house. You may vote once per hour.
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