Jenni O and Mmeli evicted from BBTitans house
After a dramatic 28 days in the Big Brother Titans house, the journey has come to an end for Jenni O and Mmeli, the duo known as Jenne Li.
They sat down with hosts Ebuka Obi-Uchendu and Lawrence Maleka for a candid chat.
Mmeli was the season’s first-ever Head of House. During the live show, he said: “I never had a strategy – my whole point was to have fun. People were taking things too seriously in the house.”
About his nickname among fans as ‘the advocate’ for always trying to resolve conflict, Mmeli told Lawrence: “We’re titans, and obviously [that means] we’re strong personalities. I could see that there would be a problem if we didn’t try to work together.”
Jenni O summed up her time in the #BBTitans house: “I was there to try and discover myself a little bit.”
Speaking about her confrontational nature, she said: “I only did that when I was tried. I am literally a sweetheart. I felt like I was misjudged a little bit. If you sat down with me you would understand where I am coming from, but not everyone in the house did that.”
One thing is for sure, both housemates added colour to the house during their time there.
Being the month of love, romance was in the air, even for the Heads of House, Royals
When Ebuka asked Ebubu if he missed Jaypee, he said yes. Ebubu wouldn’t say who he had his eye on at the moment, claiming: “I think I’ll take a break for now.” When quizzed about her relationship with Kanaga Jnr, Tsatsii said: “We’re still getting to know one another.”
This week the housemates lost their wager and faced harsh words from Biggie for the state of the house. But the cupid’s arrow-themed Saturday Night Party was a vibe.
What does this week have in store – and who will be facing the axe next week? Keep watching to find out. The closer to the finish line, the hotter the happenings in the house.
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