I will kill my housemates with kindness – Confidence Haugen
ONE of Ghana’s representatives at this year’s Big Brother Africa reality show, Confidence Haugen has hinted that her strategy to winning this year’s reality show is to kill her fellow housemates with kindness.\r\n
Speaking in interview during the live induction show held at the Big Brother Africa studios in Johannesburg, South Africa which was watched by millions Sunday, Confidence told IK, host of the show that, her aim is to, “Kill them (housemates) with my kindness.”
She revealed that she is looking forward to having fun and meeting with new people in the Big Brother House. As to if she will be able to take instructions from Big Brother considering the fact that she is a boss on her own, she was quick to say, “I going to try my best.”
She said she will be able to deal with her fellow housemates because, “when you deal with drunk people every day, there is a lot that you can take.”
Interestingly, Confidence disclosed that she hates smelly people adding that they make her feel they are stupid.
Ghana’s second representative in the show, the swagger boy, Alex Biney, 31, a fashion designer on the other hand said he sees every contestant as a competitor and is going to give his all.
Alex said although he is single, it is not his intention to find love in the house but does not mind mingling if the need arises.
In all 26 housemates from 14 African countries entered this year’s Big Brother Amplified House with the hope of annexing the ultimate prize of USD200, 000.
Other housemates in this year’s show include; Vimbai from Zimbabwe, Ernest from Uganda, Hanni from Ethiopia, Mumba from Zambia, Miss P from Botswana, Michael from Mozambique, Vina from Nigeria, Lotus from Tanzania, Nic from Kenya, Bernadina from Namibia, Weza from Angola and Luclay from South Africa.
The rest are; Sharon O from Uganda, Felicia from Malawi, Zeus from Bostwana, Kim from Zambia, Millicent from Kenya, Nkuli from South Africa, Jossy from Namibia, Bhoke from Tanzania, Danny from Ethopia, Wendall from Zimbabwe, Karen from Nigeria and Lomwe from Malawi.
American hiphop star Trevor Tahiem Smith, Jr., widely known as Busta Rhymes rocked the opening show with a memorable performance thrilling the fun-packed audience with some of his well-known tunes.
Supported by his long time pal Spliff Star, Busta dished out tunes such Break Ya Neck, Look At Me Now, All I Do Is Win and a host of others unleashing his fast flowing rap to the admiration of many.
An exciting twist to his performance was when Busta and Spliff were both given African names. Busta Rhymes was named after the popular Jabulani – Busta Jabu Rhymes. Spliff on the hand was named Adetunde – Spliff Adetunde Star.
Fans at the opening show were also entertained by the Amplified Crew and BLK JKS.
This season’s Big Brother Amplified which started Sunday, May 1, will last for 91 days.