Mnet and Endemol continue to unveil housemates for Big Brother Africa Hotshots, and today the second rep for Ghana was unveiled.
Kacey Moore, one of the housemates selected to represent Ghana at an audition in South Africa after the original contestants selected in a Ghana audition failed to secure visas was unveilved on Monday while Beatrice Maame Adwoa Boabeng Oppong ( M’am Bea), a 25-year-old fashion designer was unveiled today (Tuesday).
In a ‘Reveal Video” released by Big Brother on Tuesday September 23. M’am Bea said she will avoid having intimate sexual relationship with any guy in the house.
She lists her occupation as ‘Acting Trainee Manager/Fashion Designer’, and has a diploma in Management Finance. Her favourite foods are yam and nkontomere stew, fufu, palm nut soup and jolof rice. M’am Bea likes music...
“I wouldn’t have an intimate type of relationship with any guy in the house, but if it so happens that feelings arise, I would like to keep it to strictly friendship till after Big Brother.”
M’am Bea, as she prefers to be called said she was excited about meeting everyone but knows her limits.
“I am very bubbly, very patient, forgiving, and a very loving person who cannot wait to share her personality with the rest of Africa.”
The very well curved Ghanaian woman calls her body the “God given African Bank” and said she values family above all things.
Kacey Moore (Age: 29)
Born in Accra, Kacey Moore is married and has a daughter. He is a poet and songwriter. He enjoys banku and okro stew and says his favourite books are the Bible, the dictionary and the thesaurus.
He likes Usher and Lauryn Hill’s music.He describes himself as a go-getter, as well as punctual, a leader, a creator and a voice. His favourite quality is punctuality which is important to himself and others.
Entering Big Brother Hotshots was purely a business decision for him, seeking exposure to the rest of the world. He promises viewers ‘a real person with no fakeness’.
If he wins the grand prize, he’ll buy houses for his wife and mother and set up a recording studio so that he can record and release his album under his own label.
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
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