Former Big Brother: The Chase representative for Malawi, Natasha Tonthola, who has made a comeback to the house as unveiled during Sunday’s live eviction show, has been billed to steal the limelight if the nightlong conversations housemates had is anything to go by.
During Sunday’s eviction show that saw the eviction of Malawi’s Mr 265 and Samantha from South Africa, Biggie dangled this season’s biggest twist yet by bringing back 10 ex-housemates from countries that are currently in the game.
Biggie started by announcing that he has decided to put all the housemates for nomination before revealing that he has brought back ex-housemates who will be competing with the Hotshots.
While Big Brother informed the Hotshots that they will be traded with the ex-housemates, back on the stage, host IK informed the audience that it is a prank. But the housemates will be under the illusion that they can be replaced in the house by an ex-housemate from their country.
South Africa’s Nhlanhla and Tayo from Nigeria were raving in the garden among others asking their competition to bring food, Natasha’s name was playing on the lips of many housemates.
“Mama Africa is drama, she is going to turn this house upside down. I feel sorry for you Sipe,” said Uganda’s Ellah, who added that she feels a bit safe as her competition, Denzel only stayed for a week in the Big Brother house last year.
The debate went on with the Malawian hairdresser speaking firmly that she is not worried about Natasha.
Zimbabwe’s Butterphly concurred about Natasha being the housemates’ competition.