Fresh from her brief sojourn to the Big Brother house, ex-Malawian housemate Natasha has urged people to support the country’s remaining representative, Sipe.
Natasha says despite being up for possible eviction, the Malawian hairdresser has got all it takes to win the coveted $300 000 (about K156 million)
She was speaking in an interview soon after her exit from the Big Brother house as part of Biggie’s prank that saw former housemates back in the house as competition to current contenders.
“Sipe is up for eviction this Sunday and faces strong housemates such as Zimbabwe’s JJ, Nigeria’s Tayo, Uganda’s Ellah and Idris from Tanzania. But if we vote in large numbers, she can survive considering that there are eight housemates up for possible eviction come Sunday,” she stressed.
Other housemates that are also up for possible eviction are Botswana’s duo of Sheila and Goitse as well as Mozambique’s Trazegah, whose nomination comes as a punishment from Biggie for failing to take heed of instructions when housemates were asked to freeze during the grand entry of the ex-housemates.
“If Sipe survives the eviction, she has chances of winning the jackpot because when God blesses someone, no one can object,” said Natasha.
So far, Zambia’s Macky2 was the first confirmed housemate to reach the finals of the reality series courtesy of his winning the head of house on Monday.
Other contenders that are in the finals are South Africa’s Nhlanhla, Ghana’s M’ama Bea and Butterphyly from Zimbabwe.
Talking about Biggies prank, Natasha believes it has worked to the advantage of the housemates including Sipe, who had to up their game.
“The prank was that voters had to choose either to swap the Hotshots with us [ex-housemates] or keep them in the game. Upon hearing that, all the hotshots did their best to remain in the game. Sipe was obviously afraid of not only my competition, but also in the name of the nine other ex-housemates. She jacked up just like the rest of the housemates and she did it well,” she affirmed.