Biggie is acting like a gracious host lately and, last evening, he treated hotshots to a tea party, something that made Ellah and Goitse think they were going to be evicted from the show.
During the tea party, biggie brought Nde Ndifonka, the creative manager for One Africa and executive producer of the Cocoa and Chocolate music video, in the house.
After talking to the hotshots, Ndifonka introduced Congolese singer-songwriter, dancer, guitarist and producer, Fally Ipupa and Diamond Platnumz, a popular Bongo Flava recording artiste and singer from Tanzania.
The music stars shared with hotshots their skills from their agricultural ventures and encouraged them to embrace agriculture and make a living off their land. Hotshots were later split into two teams and the team would be led by Fally and Diamond.
Team Fally comprises of Goitse, Ellah, M’am Bea, Butterphly, JJ and Sheillah, while Team Diamond includes Tayo, Nhlanhla, Trezaghy, Idris, Sipe and Macky2.
After the tea party, hotshots started rehearsing for the upcoming events.
Beers, tears and sneers
With alcohol flowing freely and abundantly, the house was in high spirits after sending their messages to Africa for the One Campaign “Do Agric” task. But only for a short while.
The merry-making was met with hot tempers and emotions ran high. What pissed Tayo off on the one end, brought Sipe to tears in the other. Things often took a turn for the hostile and passionate after a few bottles of wine were downed.
Nhlahla and Sheillah sat chatting in the garden, and soon they were joined by the boys while the girls filled the garden chairs and lamented over the state of their love lives in the house spurred on by a big old glass of wine.
Initially it was the Sheillah against the girls as she conveyed about how she never got on with the girls. Of course this gave the boys leave to speak patronisingly about the girls behind their backs.
Not before too long, however, Sheillah and her boy Tayo were not seeing eye-to-eye and he involved himself in a conversation “NhlaShey” were having. Sheillah wasn’t going to tolerate it and told him so.
According to him, he was no longer going to tolerate her loud-mouth, rude ways while she felt that he had no right to judge her relationship with Nhlanhla.
A stone throw away, the girls poured their hearts out with the wine. They shared stories about their difficult childhoods and the issue of a missing father. Sipe in particular craved the presence of her father because he had left their family when she was younger.