The first evictions of the maiden edition of the Big Brother Titans were witnessed on Sunday evening as the duo of Theo T-traw and Sandra Essien became the first housemates to go home, Prime Business Africa reports.
Both housemates were one of four entrants that were introduced on day four of the spellbinding show by Big Brother.
The housemates were paired leading to Sunday’s and garnered the least of the votes as independently verified by the organisers with 12.79% of the votes.
In their post eviction interviews with co-host, Lawrence Maleka, the former housemates bared their thoughts on their stay in the Big Brother Titans house.
South Africa’s 29-year-old musician, Theo traw, was the first to leave the house.
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When asked by the co-host, Maleka why he did not seem to relate with his fellow housemates, Theo T-traw said:
“Sometimes you want to talk to someone and then their favourite comes around and that conversation is dead.
“So I was like, how is it possible to make it work? In Jaypee, I had one of my favourite housemates. She’s one of my favourite people but we didn’t have much to talk though,”
On Sandra’s part, the Nigerian entrepreneur, model, ex beauty queen and television host was upbeat for a housemate who had just been evicted.
Sandra is from Akwa Ibom state.
“I don’t how I am feeling. I can’t put it into words. At some time, everyone will come out of the house.
Sandra admitted that he was controversial in the house during her brief stay.
“I was stepping on toes and cracking necks so the ladies weren’t my friends.”
“People like Khosi and Nellisa,” was the response when asked whom she thought was not happy with her.
The next set of housemates to be up for eviction will be known on Monday evening when the Head of House challenge and live Nomination show will hold.
Host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu informed the viewers that the correct hashtag for the social media handles of the show is #BBTitans.