Big Brother, on Sunday, shocked housemates after changing the rules of the house by pairing up housemates.
The new rule means that if a housemate is nominated, so is the pair-mate. And if the head of house saves one housemate, then his/her pair-mate is also saved.
The new pairs are: Quinn-Kristal, Kevin-Elizabeth, Kaone-Liz, Hannington-Yacob, Jeremy –Geraldine, Emma-Edward, Mzamo-Leonel and Itai-Nkenna.
Uganda’s housemate Hannington had a torrid night on Sunday after his advances were thwarted by South African Liz.
The 23-year-old had given Liz a body message and in the process got carried away, but the S. African belle refused to consent his proposal—saying that she does not want Africa to judge her harshly since she has already ‘been’ with Philbert.
Zimbabwe’s Itai, whom many couldn’t wait to evict, is this week’s head of house after he won a quiz that required housemates a knowledge about Africa.
Meanwhile, Paloma, Rene and Erastus were evicted Sunday night. But all three got the chance to get back at some of the housemates through the Molotaka game.
Rene chose Geraldine to clean the compound for the whole week, Erastus chose Itai not to take any alcohol for a week, and Paloma chose Yacob to clean the toilets with a brush for seven days.