Big Brother Titans continues to make headlines after the show’s most explosive week ever, which was a mix of everything from twists and turns to heartbreaking romantic triangles.
After last week’s twist, where Big Brother paired housemates as male and female from opposite countries in a sink-or-swim tie, the show has only heated up.
On Sunday evening’s third live show of the season, the couples also gave fans their first double eviction of the season: couple SanTheo.
SanTheo – Comprised of Sandra and Theo, the two housemates who were part of Biggie’s first tour, said goodbye to the other housemates after being eliminated from the $100,000 competition and the race.
After the usual trip down memory lane, recapping the week’s HOH match, betting, battles and Saturday party week activities, Ebuka and Lawrence dove right into their post-eviction chats. All nominated housemates: Juiovla (Juicy J and Olivia), Juvonne (Justin and Yvonne), Yelisa (Yemi Cregx and Nelisa) and SanTheo were put on the chopping block. First, Ebuka declared Juiovla safe and allowed the rest to stew.
After discussing their reign as joint HOH with Blaqboi and Ipeleng (Blaqleng), it was time to send a couple home. However, Blaqboi earlier revealed that their tenure seemed chaotic as the honeymoon phase (the first week) was over and spirits continued to rise.
He predicted that all the other HOH couples would face similar situations, but admitted that he found the battles entertaining.
Ipeleng, on the other hand, decided to play it safe and refused to answer Ebuka directly when she asked him which lady he thought spoke ill of him for enjoying the HOH room for two consecutive weeks. He said he didn’t want to jeopardize the new relationships he was building with his housemates.
When Ebuka returned to the topic of evicting a couple, he unfortunately asked Sandra and Theo Traw to leave the house immediately. In a conversation with Lawrence Theo, the fashionista revealed that she was not surprised to be nominated, as she did not create enough connections at home. He told the South African host that he enjoyed being Jaypee’s friend and would continue to perform his music outside the home.
Despite her brief stay at Biggie’s house, Sandra seemed to be in much better spirits than Theo, saying, “It’ll all work out in the end.” She tells Lawrence that she thinks the other ladies, like Khosi and Nelisa, think she’s a threat, but she’s happy to play her game while she’s at home.
To end the show, Ebuka and Lawrence reminded the housemates that their days in the Big Brother Titans house are numbered and that they should step up the drama and sleep less. Ebuka, however, left fans with a big question: what Nigerian name do we call Lawrence Maleka?
The Big Brother Titan housemates, consisting of housemates from Nigeria and South Africa, have to stay in the house for ten weeks and compete for the grand prize of $100,000.
The show is broadcast daily on 24/7 channel – DStv ch. 198 and GOtv ch. 29. Fans can also catch the show anywhere in Sub-Saharan Africa, the UK and the Republic of Ireland on Showmax.
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