BBA Stargame:Malawi flag carriers Wati and Nafe still in it

Malawian representatives in the Africa’s most popular reality television show, Big Brother Stargame- cousins Wati and Nafe – are still in the contention  Ghana’s Mildred  and Botswana’s Edith & Eve became the first Upville housemate to be evicted  on Sunday.

Sunday’s eviction show, as usual, started with highlights of the second week of the reality which witnessed a lot of drama.

Another drama was when evicted Ghanaian Mildred refused to report on the stage.

Nafe and Wati of Malawi are competing for the $300 000 cash prize in BBA Stargame. PHOTO: VELI NHLAPO/Sowetan

The whole saga started over the weekend when Mildred’s desired hair do was not available. She wanted the Brazilian hair do but unfortunately, she could not take the fact that her favourite wasn’t
on the menu.

She also set a record of her own, becoming the first housemate in history to refuse to come on stage after leaving the house.

When it was time for the main business of the night, IK, host of the show, first announced that Mildred, who was nowhere to be seen on the stage, was the first housemate to be evicted.

Botswana’s Edith was the first to feel its pain. Her eviction was followed by her country colleague Eve.

The fourth housemate, Keitta had the highest number of votes this week and was thus saved from eviction. She was subsequently moved from the Downville house to the Upville house.

Big Brother did not apply his advanced Random Nomination Mechanism this week, exempting the Downville house from eviction.

That means Malawian pair of Wati and Nafe are still in contention for the money in the Big Brother House.

The Upville housemates will have their nomination session Monday after which Big Brother will declare the housemates who will be up for possible eviction.

They have 63 days to go in the game, in the battle for the USD 300 00 prize.

 

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