WEZA might be out of the Big Brother Amplified house but harbours no regrets about her eviction
On her BBA experience, the Angolan said: “The personality really wanted to go but the Angolan would have preferred to stay in the BBA house a bit longer especially since I was the only representative of my country. But I believe I did well,” she said.
Ghana’s Alex said he was disappointed by his eviction but was encouraged by the love people in the street show him. A designer who did well in New York for five years until depression derailed him, Alex said he would like to settle in SA.
Botswana’s Miss P says house mates waited for her to be evicted before admitting they missed her laugh.
“If I was voted out because Alex and I had a plan that was unfortunately revealed by an eavesdropping Wendall, then its bad. Alex and I are friends. Our spat was a game as I had to come out and admit to our pact so that the attention that was going to all those who were talking about it, came back to us,” she said.
The Ghanaian says he was raised by women and is still surrounded by them.
“I was attracted to Miss P because of her intelligence and caring nature, to Millicent for being a hustler and to Weza for her beauty, self-assurance and achievements. I wish I could have them all. Will you help me?” he asked.
“Luclay and I were friends and hopefully will remain friends outside the house,” she says of the actor.
“We have a lot in common and think alike, which is why we got along. Our friendship was based on our long discussions. I will still want him to come and experience Angola and all the beautiful places I told him about. As for me, I spend more time in Johannesburg than in Angola because of my work at Channel O,” she said.
She refused to answer intimate questions about Luclay.