Big Brother Africa

Big Brother Evictee Nic Denies Auditioning for New Soap

Big Brother Amplified contestant Nic Wangondu has denied that he auditioned for the upcoming East African soap opera by Alison Production.

According to our source, Nic allegedly auditioned for the soap this week alongside First Grader star Oliver Litondo. Nic has, however, denied this news, saying that he has not been involved with any production house since he came back from the Big Brother House in South Africa. “I am not aware of this since no one has called me to audition for anything. I am still settling in,” Nic said.

The soap which is the brain child of Alison Ngibuini, the founder of Alison Production house, will air twice a week. Alison is currently in South Africa researching more on soaps.

Meanwhile, Nic said being in part of the reality show has changed his lifestyle as he is now famous. “Being a public figure comes with great expectations but I don’t feel that I’m obliged to change to the extremes,” he said. According to the professional filmmaker at Film Studios, Nigerian contestant Karen might emerge the winner of the reality show. “Karen knows how to play her game right. At first I thought she would be among the first people to leave the house but seeing her survival so far I think chances are that she might emerge the winner,” he said. Asked about his opinion on fellow Kenyan housemate, Millicent, he dismissed her as too open. “Millicent trusts everyone in the house and keeps opening up to them forgetting that they will use that to rig her out.”

Anthony-Claret Onwutalobi
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