BBA Hotshots: Laveda and Alusa Become 6th and 7th Housemates To Vacate The House
Laveda is the sixth female housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house while Alusa is the seventh and first male housemate to bow out of the hotshot game. It was an emotional Alusa that was shaking his head in disbelief as he most probably did not see his eviction from the show coming.
As it stands, JJ, Ellah, Macky2, Ma’m Bea and Permithias have survived another week of eviction. The five of them must be counting themselves lucky for scaling another week and who can blame them, it’s only natural. Permithias, JJ and Ellah in particular are the Housemates to look out for bearing in mind the fact that they’ve been up for eviction thrice and have survived thrice.
The Live Show had Namibian rapper K.K on stage serenading the audience.
There was three of the housemates nominated for eviction every week, but this week’s eviction had JJ, Permithias, Ellah, Alusa, Macky 2 and M’am Bea.
The week’s eviction show kicked off with IK asking Ellah about what she felt of Big Brother Africa, the Jacuzzi situation and Big Brother singing happy birthday to her.
Nhlanhla also revealed whom he nominated and then the show went straight into the evictions. Nhlanhla tried to be fair concerning whom he put up for eviction saying his decision was based on the Head of House task which made him choose Macky 2 as he had the least number of votes. The housemates nominated for eviction were asked to stand. Macky 2, Ellah, JJ, M’am Bea and Permithias were asked to sit making Laveda the first (and sixth) female housemate to be evicted. She shed tears and hugged everybody she can as she hurriedly left the house.
According to this week’s votes, Laveda and Alusa received the least votes. Here are the results:
Macky2: had votes from Botswana, Malawi, Rest of Africa and Zambia
JJ: had votes from Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe
Mam’Bea: had votes from Ghana and Nigeria
Ellah: had votes from Rwanda and Uganda
Three housemates: Alusa, Permithias and Laveda received one country vote each, which means that the tie breaker rule came into effect for the two housemates that were evicted.