Blaqleng Emerges As Winners For This Week’s Head Of House

The Blaqleng ‘Couple’ Win Head Of House For Second Week

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Another week another head-of-house game, this week, the head-of-house games were played in pairs. At the end of the challenge, Blaqleng, (Blaqboi and Ipeleng) emerged as winners for this week’s head-of-house challenge.

The head of house challenge was played in three rounds, the first round was a game of bouncing balls. The male housemates were tasked to empty a box of balls, tied by their female pairs on their waists. The top 6 male housemates, would secure a spot for their female pair.

At the end of the first round, Marvin, Juicy Jay, Kanaga Junior, Blaqboi, Thabang, and Miracle Op, emerged as the leading housemate. The second round of the challenge was played by the female pairs of the leading housemate, they were Olivia, Yaya, Blue Avia, Ipeleng, Nana, and Khosi.

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For the second round, the female housemates were tasked to roll up a toilet roll with a glass of wine at the opposite end, without passing the red line. At the end of the second round, only Ipeleng and Khosi qualified for the third round.

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In the third and final round of the head of house challenge, the top two pairs, Blaqleng and Khosicle (Khosi and Miracle Op) were tasked to keep four balloons on air for one minute. For Keeping their balloons on air for the longest, Blaqleng emerged as the winner.

Recall that last week, Mmeli, a South African, became the first Head of House after winning the HoH house game held last Monday night.

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Mmeli achieved the feat after winning a keenly-contested game on Monday evening. The housemates were divided into two groups, male and female, and were asked to build paper planes. After the round of building, the house-mates then put their inventions on a flight test.

In a related development, Yemi Cregix and Nelissa were named Tails of House.

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