Big Brother heats up as celebs argue
The Upville VIPs' house - featuring celebrity house mates - has been set on proverbial fire as the "family" members have started stepping on each others' toes
THE Big Brother Africa 7 Star Games have started heating up less than 48 hours into the show's 91-day run.
The Upville VIPs' house - featuring celebrity house mates - has been set on proverbial fire as the "family" members have started stepping on each others' toes.
Zimbabwean Rockford - aka Roki - had his first clash with Zambian R&B star Mampi in the early hours yesterday.
Roki was trying to come up with a "workable" alternative to the bathing system for the house mates because he finds it irritating.
"I don't like bathing, bathing is s**t," he said.
"It's a boring routine. But, one way or the other, we need to plan on how we are going to bath [differently]," Roki said.
The celebrity house mates have to take turns heating up bathing water on an open fire outside and follow a bathing schedule.
Mampi laughed at the idea and that did not go down well with Roki .
Speaking to Mampi, Roki said: "I may not be as funny as you are, but I'm cleverer than you and that's what I'm known for."
Out of irritation, Mampi furiously replied: "I say what I want when I want and I don't have to prove anything to you."
Last night the VIPs sat around listening to music while Roki, Barbz and Goldie danced to keep themselves entertained.
Unlike the Upvilles, the couples in the Downville, where the non-celebs chill, have had no clashes.
They are getting to know each other, bonding in the jacuzzi and playing games for entertainment.
Junia loves the company of Kenyan brothers Malonza and Alex and seems to be less interested in getting to know the other house mates.
South African contestant Lee is shy and very observant of the house mates. He appears to be reserved.