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 South African Khosi takes home $100,000 grand prize from BBTitans



78 days later in the Big Brother house, 25-year-old South African journalist, Makhosazane, popularly known as Khosi, emerged the winner of the maiden edition of Big Brother Titans (BBTitans) reality TV show on Sunday, April 2nd.

This edition of the Big  Brother which was tagged, Ziyakhala Wahala, and is the brainchild of DSTV, and sponsored by Flutterwave and Bambo, had Nigeria’s Kanaga Jr and South Africa’s Khosi slugging it out as the last two contestants.

At BBTitans, contestants from Nigeria and South Africa battled for the grand prize of $100,000.

Nigeria’s Yvonne, Ebubu and Kanaga Jnr and South Africa’s Tsatsii, Khosi and Ipeleng made it to the finals for the grand prize.

BBTitans premiered on Sunday, January 15, 2023 with 20 housemates introduced into the house, situated in South Africa.

Hosted by Nigeria’s Ebuka Obi-Uchendu and South Africa’s Lawrence Maleke, the premiere also featured a performance from Afrobeat star, D’banj.

First runner up, Kanaga Jnr., an actor and model, said he was a sensitive young man who loved older women. 

The Nigerian housemates who started the show 78 days ago were Yemi Cregx, Olivia, Blaqboy, Nana, Marven, Jaypee, Ebubu, Jenni O, Kanaga, and Yvonne.

Their South African counterparts were Cossy, Juicy Jay, Nelisa, Mmeli, Khosi, Ipeleng, Thabang, Yaya, Khehla, Tsatii, and Justin.

However, four additional housemates joined the other contestants about four days into the show, bringing the total number of contenders to 24. They were two Nigerians- Sandra and Miracle OP; and two South Africans- Blue Aiva and Theo Traw.

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