Big Brother Mzansi season 3 has been making all sorts of headlines of late. Barely a few days after its premiere, it seems as if some of the contestants are jumping off the ship. Mzansi’s favourite QV born Keamogetswe Motlhale has decided to call it quits just after three days.
The 24-year-old has voluntarily left the house in a bid to protect her mental health. Her exit barely comes after the show trended because of its shower hours and live stories.
Many have applauded her for prioritizing her health. The housemate issued an update on her Twitter page:
“I’m grateful for the opportunity, which has always been my childhood dream and for that, I’ll never take the moments for granted. One thing you guys should take away from this is that healing takes time”.
QV ‘Keamogetswe Motlhale’ quits Big Brother Mzansi just after 3 days
A recap of what has happened in the past three days
On the first day, the housemates have already run out of cigarettes, and we have come to notice that there are more chain-smokers in the house. Acacia, Naledi, Norman and Themba seems to be chain smokers and can’t leave without smoking more often.
Acacia Madi’s story got Mzansi talking. The bubbly housemate revealed that she fell out with her mother after getting pregnant. To make matters worse, she lost her sister and father in the same month.
Tuz was won their first house competition and became the first Head of House on Big Brother Mzansi season 3. Tuz reign will last for a week, and he will enjoy the privileges of being the head of the house. He also picked Naledi as a guest in the Head of The House. After all, maybe he is already making his moves.
However, the reality show has been trending after its bathing session got Mzansi talking. Mzansi was awestruck when housemates were recorded live whilst bathing. Some TV viewers have urged Mzansi showrunners to censor their content as it is broadcast live 24 hours.
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