Wati banned from taking alcohol in Big Brother Stargame

Malawian flag career in the Big Brother Stargame, Wati (Kulemeka) has been banned from taking alcohol until further notice due to his annoying behaviour when drunk.

The only Malawian housemate  left in the house, after Nafe’s ouster last Sunday, had a heated verbal exchange with  the Nigerian housemate, Goldie in the morning during which he called the singer names, insulted her and continued picking on her even after Biggie had intervened and spoke to him in the diary room.

Wati attacked Goldie while the latter was working on Keitta‘s hair in the living room.

Wati; Alcohol ban

“You are fake; you have fake hair and eyelashes. You are not real but I am,” said Wati.

Goldie kept on telling the Malawian that he was not man enough because he hits on girls in the morning and that he only speaks after getting intoxicated.

The verbal exchange went on until Biggie intervened and called Wati to the diary room. He spent a few minutes in there and it seemed like Biggie had played the parenting role of counselling Wati because when he came out he was quiet and calm.

In a typical Malawian traditional, Wati apologized to Goldie, who in turn refused the apology. Goldie was however, also called to the diary room by Biggie.

In the afternoon, Biggie gathered all housemates in the lounge where he spoke to the housemates about the incidents and dished out the ban on Wati: “Alex’s response could be seen as bordering on physical violence. Big Brother acknowledges that other Housemates intervened in time and stopped what could have led to violence which could have resulted in disqualification.”

From immediate effect, Wati will not be taking any alcohol until Biggie notices a change in Wati’s behaviour. Alex was also promised a punishment by Biggie because of the way he reacted.

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