Big Brother Star Game
Diary Room: Fake Seydou!
Hot on the heels of their cat fight earlier in the day, Zainab went in on Seydou in her Diary Session, calling him “fake” and “annoying”.
Liberia’s Zainab came out all guns blazing, calling Angola’s Seydou out for speaking American English, despite his assertions that he went to school in the UK. Egged on by a giggly Dalphin, Zainab neck-rolled and finger snapped her way through her Diary Session, advising the Angolan to learn to put his shirt on and speak properly.
She told Biggie how annoyed she was that Seydou would actually question her taste. “I don’t wear fake diamonds. I wear expensive brands too, but did not bring my stuff to the house”, she said.
On the contrary, Seydou did not seem to want to address the spat in depth, in his Diary Session, only revealing he is “not compatible with everyone in the House”.
Namibia’s Junia told Biggie how much fun she had kissing two brothers in one night. “I was exploring. I wanted to see if there was a difference between them”, she said – before her partner Jesica chimed in-expressing her gratitude to Big Brother for filling Downville with “beautiful boys”
Some of the Downville Housemates spent the better part of their evening in the bedroom, coming up with ingenious plans to help them dodge Big Brother’s ever watchful eye, as well as the Big Brother StarGame cameras.
The gang felt they need a safe spot between their beds, where they can hide away from prying eyes. They all agreed sheets would probably do the trick and proceeded to throw around tentative names for their safe spot.
Names including ‘Shagging Spot’, ‘Dark Spot’ and ‘Black Hole’ were thrown around, with Angola’s Seydou enthusiastically and instantly warming up to the latter.
What kind of mischief are the Downville Housemates cooking up, that would warrant a private hideaway?
The bigger question though is; should they decide to set up a ‘Black Hole’, will they manage to pull it off successfully, or will Big Brother stop them dead in their tracks? We’ll just have to wait and see.