After a dramatic week in the Big Brother (6) Amplified house, yet another eviction Sunday is here and Africa has been hit with another dreaded eviction. Female South Africa housemate Nkuli has been evicted from BBA Amplified as the second evictee after Jossy.
Nkuli said her best memory in the house will be the Saturday night party and the person she is going to miss most is Michael from Kenya. She said there are three people in the house that she will not miss at all: Alex, Nic and Ernest who she described as �double headed people�.
The live eviction show started at exactly 17hours (GMT) across Africa exclusively on Channel 198 on DSTV. Nhatty from Ethiopia electrified the studio with his ground breaking performance.
In the recap of activities throughout the week starting from the �Heads� house: Weza had a hard time being the head of house (HoH), they won their wager for the clown and tricks task, their football games and party. Vimbai from Zimbabwe became the new Head of House (HoH) after winning the HoH task where they were supposed to memorize the currency of various countries.
In the �Tails� house, the recap started with Danny�s entry into house on Sunday after eviction. Karen cried inconsolably in the chartroom after being nominated. They lost their 25% wager for the clown task, Karen fought with Ernest and Bhoke, HoH task in the �Tails� house was won by Nic and they also had their turn for the soccer games. The week ended on a sad note when Lotus from Tanzania was disqualified on Friday, for slapping Luclay from South Africa twice after a heated argument between them.
Big Brother showed ercerpts of how Jossy left South Africa to his home town Namibia. In an interview with Jossy before he left, Jossy said he learnt in the BBA house that he had so much patience and added that Mozambique, Botswana and Ghana are his favorite countries. �I will visit Alex in Ghana and party with Confidence in her club�.
It was time for Miss P to declare who she swapped and why. She said she saved Karen and replaced her with Mumba because she thinks Karen is the most exaggerating personality in the house and she still wants her in the game. Karen looked very surprised that Miss P saved her. After Miss P�s speech, Karen who was shocked to the bone said �What! You saved me wow�.
For Mumba, Miss P said she replaced her with Karen because she is the only housemate she (Miss P) is less close to and she is too distanced from the other housemates. Mumba looked calm but was hit by the news and said �Well its okay it�s a game�.
The four housemate up for eviction: Mumba (Namibia), Kim (Zambia), Luclay (South Africa) and Nkule (South Africa) were called up stage whiles pop singer Cindy, entertained the studio audience with her hot song �Tonight�.
Interacting with the nominees IK asked Kim what was going on between her and Nic. Kim said �Well Nic is a very interesting person, I am fond of him and we are very connected. I want to know more about him in the future�. Mumba said �I wouldn�t call miss P a back stabber - its part of the game. If I go back to the house we will be cool�.
Luclay said he made a decision on Monday not to nominate anyone because he didn�t want to nominate Ernest or anybody else because they had a fight. Luclay said �Lotus was just selfish�, when he was asked to comment on his incident with Lotus.
Kim, Luclay and Mumba were asked to stand and go back to the tails house and Nkule was shown the exit. The �Tails� welcomed back Kim, Luclay and Mumba and guess what - Alex and Ernest planned a surprise threat for lovebirds Nic and Kim. According to IK the �Heads� will face their nomination session on Monday whiles there will be no nominations in the �Tails� house this week.
Watch Nkuli say goodbye in the video below:
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
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