Big Brother is living up to his word of revolutionising the show after giving each of the housemates $25000(Rwf14.1 million) which the housemates will spend after exiting the house.
But there is a twist, for a housemate to take home the full amount; he needs to steer clear of poor individual task performance, acts of cruelty, tardiness, selfishness.
General bad behaviour like violence, foul language, disobedience, insolence and mini infringements.
And Biggie decides how much money to deduct for the offences, of course his word being final.
It will be interesting to see if the money can induce good behaviour from the housemates.
Meanwhile Kenya’s Teddy got embarrassed in front of his colleagues after failing to fully understand Biggie’s instructions to the other housemates, the dreadlocked Kenyan started muttering when asked the kind of task there were supposed to do.
Botswana’s Kanoe enraged the Kenyan further by questioning his leadership skills.
Meanwhile the issue of girls continued to dominate the house talk, with Hannington wondering whether Biggie wanted to turn them gay.