Malawi’s Natasha survives eviction again: Angola out of BBA $300K ‘The Chase’

Malawi’s ‘naughty’ Big Brother Africa representative Natasha Tonthola who was up for eviction was on Sunday saved by Africa as two Angolans got the boot for Big Brother Africa 8 dubbed The Chase.

Natasha whose x-rated shower hour footage has gone viral on internet was seen shedding uncontrollable tears perhaps for two things; the fact that her man Biguesas has been evicted and tears of joy for remaining in the game.

Biguesashad fallen in love with Natasha, but he said it wasn’t in a romantic way. The two spent time some time together in a Rendevous House, talking about life and love.

The Angolan who quit his banking job back home for Big Brother said he had no regrets coming into the game and looked a bit surprised when presentor IK disclosed to him that Natasha had feelings for him.

Natasha: Saved by Africa
Natasha: Saved by Africa

The second housemate to leave the Big Brother house this week was Angela’s Neyll who made his fellow housemates sad when his name was mentioned. This means Angola is completely out of the game.

Natasha was this week seen completely naked bathing and making erotic dances.

It is not only Natasha who has been seen naked as the show’s contestants – including another Malawian contestant Fatima Nkata – are shown washing naked in the bathroom in  special VIP service .

The sordid “private pass” gives subscribers access to footage of the housemates under the covers, after dark and during “shower hour”.

The private pass also allows subscribers to see unseen clips from the Diary Room, and access behind the scenes video of show guests and evicted housemates.

Big Brother Africa, which features 28 contestants from 14 African nations, is currently airing its eighth series.

Housemates in both houses will wake up Monday morning to face yet another dreaded nomination session.

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