Wati faces another alcohol ban in BBA

The only Malawian representative in the Big Brother Africa Star Game, Wati, seems not to have learnt enough from his alcohol ban.

Wati got drunk Wednesday morning and began to yell insults and abused some of his fellow housemates. The 22-year-old had his ban lifted Tuesday and the ban came at a time when housemates received their weekly shopping rewards.

Wati in the company of Alex, Keitta, Keagan, Jannette and Talia drunk till wee hours of Wednesday and to make matters worse for the Malawian, he woke up late that morning with a glass of liquor.

Wati: Served alcohol ban

The ban was lifted when Wati had already resumed drinking without Biggie’s orders. The manner in which he behaved Wednesday was an indication that Wati has not learnt anything from the ban and Biggie has warned to ration or ban alcohol from the house should housemates continue to misbehave.

The chilling news was broken to him by the current head of the house, Keagan. Trust what, Wati was more than excited.

Wati was banned some days ago for his reckless consumption of alcohol. He was always getting drunk and almost caused himself physical injury in the house. The Malawian is one of the favourite in the 2012 Big Brother show.

However, the Malawian representative is safe this week, after missing on the list of nominated housemates to be evicted next.

After Monday’s nominations, Barbz, Prezzo and Manetta were named for this week’s eviction, the Kenyan rapper was lucky to be saved by his girl friend, Goldie who happens to be the head of the house this week.

Goldie decided to swap boyfriend Prezzo with Ghanaian model Keitta. However Keitta who did not have a single vote in the nominations now finds himself on the chopping block.

Keitta and Roki were the lucky housemates this time as none of the housemates listed them for eviction and both got the same tally of zero votes.

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