South African Barbz, who was the latest casualty of the BBA contest, has dragged Kenyan boy Prezzo’s name in the mud in several interviews with South African blogs.
The model and entrepreneur, who was a darling to her country, even suggested that Prezzo may have had a hidden crush on her and that explained his constant verbal attacks on her.
“He had the hots for me but could not get me,” Barbrz told the Sowetan Live in an interview.
She went on to say that it was difficult in the house, because at first people judged her for her looks.
Barbz misses out on the handsome cash prize, but several of her friends and foes in Upville still have a chance depending on how they play as the weeks drag on.
Whether you like them or not, Kenyan contestants are doing well in this year’s season of Big Brother Africa. King of Bling Prezzo is ruffling the feathers of a lot of viewers, while Malonza is easily the most popular in Downville now that Wati and Talia are at risk of eviction.
Despite his stuttering English, Malonza has drawn a lot of female attention including from Namibian Junia and Uganda’s Jannette, while the boys like him too.
His brother Alex was not so lucky with Zambian Tamara but he has managed to move around without splitting hairs or stepping on toes.
With Zambia and Malawi up for eviction from Downville, it seems that East Africa will be holding fort with only a month left to the conclusion of BBA’s #Stargame.
Kenyan brothers Malonza and Alex, and Ugandan duo Jannette and Kyle will be the two couples left when Zambia and Malawi make their exit this weekend. If focus shifts to Upville next week, Prezzo will most likely be nominated but the house will be boring without him and this factor could keep him in the game.