Big Brother stars open up

SHARE   |   Tuesday, 16 December 2014   |   By Ontametse Sugar
Big Brother stars open up

The two Botswana Big Brother house are content over their stay in the house, though they did not make it to win the coveted prize.

Goitse said that despite the ups and downs that happen everywhere in life, they had fun regardless of being stuck in one big room. Sheillah also said dealing with different people from different backgrounds had really helped them, and even made them learn a lot of things about themselves as Africans. The duo did entertained Africa through rocking the dance floor every Friday at the party more than any other housemates, which even earned Goitse the name ‘Queen of Dance Floor’.

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Sheillah said that whatever they did there was real.

There is no doubt as to how talented the duo was and this was evident through the activities partook in, in the house. Goitse said that Big Brother did indeed fulfil all that they aspired to be in their lives, because they had to work with very talented people that they never thought they could see in person.

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“Without the Big Brother platform, it could have taken me a while before I could actually meet the stars who came to assist us with activities. I learnt a lot from them, like Clinck from Scandal. Who would have thought I could just meet him in person and on top of that learn from him,” she said.

The duo also had relationships in the house,  with Sheillah dating Nhlanhla from South Africa while Goitse dated the winner of this season Big Brother show, Idris from Tanzania. On her relationship, Sheillah said though it started as a fake act in the beginning, they later fell for each. She said that she did not make a hasty decision, but rather she fell in love with him, and that they will see how it goes. The South African lad came to Botswana on Thursday to celebrate with Sheillah, Goitse and Batswana.

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With Goitse’s relationship, it was Idris who was smitten with the Botswana lady from the beginning, but she did not open up to Idris as much as the Tanzanian would have loved to. She said that she wanted to know what she was getting into, and didn’t want to rush into anything. She said that at the moment there is nothing going on with her and Idris other than friendship, though she still considers him to be amazing.

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When advising anyone who would want to go into the Big Brother House, the duo said that people should consider first what is good to them and what they want out of their lives, because to them it was about the platform that it offers and how it develops one as a person psychologically and socially. Goitse said that as housemates they also learnt not to keep grudges against each other, because it is just a game, giving example of her relationship with Sipe that Batswana were totally against. They thanked Batswana for having been very supportive to them and loving them even now, among them Jack’s Gym, Cresta, Naledi Motors and Kgalagadi Breweries Limited (KBL).



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