One hitch is the gradual slip out of tune with the outside world.
By the time one gets back home from the show, there should be so much catching up to do-the more you stay, the harder it gets!
For instance, barely a week in the game, the Kulemeka cousins doing it for Malawi in the StarGame-Nafe and Wati-are already lagging behind on two major happenings, trust me!
Up to date, their financial maths is as archaic as the old exchange rate of K168 to a dollar, unaware that the kwacha slumped to K250 to the greenbuck.
We only know what we get to know!
How funny would it be to see them boast to their housemates about Malawi ‘successfully’ running on a zero deficit budget?
I guess Big Brother Africa is an eye-opener to us all; how many things do we do driven by the ignorance of things on the larger scope?
Think about everyday situations and decisions, for example, choosing a wife or husband.
How many people privileged to know or see more than we do in our choices laugh at our very ‘wise’ decisions?
The Big Brother game is a piece of life-a true reflection and taste of life’s tricky situations.
There is so much happening around us now that needs a second look.
But sometimes we become so obsessed with empty belief, thinking we are the best, and that is exactly how we lose it.
Most of our artists, like everyone else, have a lot of catching up to do and criticism may help a great deal.
But I know a breed that takes criticism badly, venting anger at people who correct their mistakes.
Thatâ€™s the folly of mortals.