Natasha back in Malawi ‘without any shame’: Say Fatima bevahed ‘un-Malawian’

Newly evicted Malawi representative to the ongoing Big Brother Africa the Chase, Natasha Tonthola  came back on Thursday and said she was “proud” to have presented the country “without any shame.”

Natasha, who was welcomed by Multichoice Malawi officials, family members who included her mother,  she was a proud ‘Chasemate.’

She also took the tag of ‘Mama Africa’ with pride, saying she is  the only housemate who went in the house and wore traditional wear throughout her stay in the house.

“You see the game from outside the house but when you are inside the house that’s when you see how tough it is for one to survive.  I did the best that I could in the big brother house, if some-one thinks I was using different strategies in the house that are not part of my life, the truth is that whatever you saw in the house, that’s the real me.

“I cook, I clean and I have a restaurant where I cook most of the times, so whatever you saw me doing in the house, that the real me. I didn’t pretend to be somebody else, I dress smartly and I didn’t go in the house to fool myself. Malawi women we dress smartly and we respect ourselves that’s what I did in the house.,” she said.

Natasha, whose nude shower pictures were leaked, clarified that everyone baths naked and that  the ‘shower hour’ was a private prime time and not for public viewing.

Back: Natasha welcomed on arrival
Back: Natasha welcomed on arrival

She said  “there is nothing shameful” that she did in the house and that she had no regret.

Natasha who owns a restaurant at Area 13 Market and an interior decorating business also expressed displeasure with her fellow Malawian housemate Fatima Nkata, saying she gave  her  the cold treatment in the house.

She said her compatriot Fatima  “must explain”  why she behaved “un-Malawian”.

But Fatima, who was evicted last week,  explained that said her distance from Natasha was calculated to avoid being targets for nomination.

When Fatima was being evicted, she kept on calling “no drama” as Natasha cried for her. In the process,  she said “Can someone take care of this?” motioning at her crying compatriot.

Natasha disclosed that she even confronted Fatima one day in the bathroom and she said she wasn’t acting warmly towards her due to pressure of being in the house.

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