BBA IV: Kevin, Edward favourites

With just four days to the Big brother grand finale, Namibia’s Edward and Kevin from Nigeria are emerging as the favourites to win the $ 200.000 cash prize according to evicted housemates and BBA fans across Africa. Only Five housemates out of the twenty five that entered the house are remaining, and most of the evicted housemates are not giving Emma, Mzamo and Nkenna any chance of the coveted cash prize, reckoning that Kevin and Edward have played the game well and deserve the money.
L-R : Kevin;Edward
L-R : Kevin;Edward

With just four days to the Big brother grand finale, Namibia’s Edward and Kevin from Nigeria are emerging as the favourites to win the $ 200.000 cash prize according to evicted housemates and BBA fans across Africa.

Only Five housemates out of the twenty five that entered the house are remaining, and most of the evicted housemates are not giving Emma, Mzamo and Nkenna any chance of the coveted cash prize, reckoning that Kevin and Edward have played the game well and deserve the money.

Meanwhile, Mzamo has finally opened up about her flings in the House, telling who she kissed and why.
She explained that she kissed Hannington but was very clear about what rules she set. She says she stopped kissing Hannington because he had chosen to start a romantic fling with Liz.

She says she then moved on to Quinn. Mzamo says with Quinn they discussed the fact that he had a girlfriend and that in the House; he had his eyes on Jennifer.

She says Quinn then gave her the choice of whether she wants to continue kissing him regardless of these facts.
Mzamo says she ended up kissing Quinn about three times. Her third and last kissing encounter was with Leonel. Mzamo says she got to know Leonel emotionally and mentally before they started kissing.

Mzamo rubbished rumours about her having sex with Leonel. She told the Housemates that she even told Big Brother during one of her diary sessions that what she misses most about the outside world is “copulation”.

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