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Big brother : Nine days to go

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With the former housemates now out of the BBA House, the hotshots house is back to life as we know it. The drama, noise and energy levels are low which is expected at this time of the show. Since this season’s BBA is 27 days less, the housemates look more lively than in previous shows.
After evicting the former housemates, IK went into the house and called out Ellah, Sipe and Tayo saying they had been evicted. They knew it was the end of the road for them only for him to tell them it was a fake eviction.  He also revealed to the housemates that everything the former housemates had done was according to Biggie’s orders.
Tayo could not believe that he was still part of the competition. Tears streamed down Tayo’s face and he could not even explain why he was crying. It must have been from mental exhaustion. Some housemates did not get to the point of crying but they were all emotional about Biggie’s revelations.
Biggie’s latest surprise is the freeze task. With this, once told to freeze, you have to stay in the position you are in no matter what happened.  M’am Bea and Nhlanhla’s family came to visit them, but Biggie had told them to freeze so they couldn’t move to embrace their loved ones. That is some kind of torture.
These surprises are all meant to keep one watching the show, which is left with only nine days. This week, eight housemates out of 10 are up for eviction. Ellah had survived the chopping board only for the head of house Macky 2 to put her in his place. In the past, about six housemates stay in the house. This means four to five housemates will be evicted. With Zimbabwe’s JJ and Tanzania’s Idris on the list, Ellah needs as many votes as possible to stay in the house. Vote for her online or by SMS by typing the word vote, leave a space, type her name and send to 8884 across all networks at a fee of Shs500. Catch the show on DStv 198.

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