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Uganda's Morris left the Big Brother Africa 3 house, and left a lot of people wanting to talk to the man widely perceived as a philosopher.
Catching him at the airport where he was about to board the flight for Uganda, he said 70 days in the BBA3 house seemed like a lifetime.
"Life on the outside is overwhelming, it's like I'm finally out of the big hole. I almost suffocated," he breathes, disclosing how much he has missed life, his family, child and activities.
"I don't like organised life and being on view like in the BBA3 house all the time. I like to do things spontaneously, being in charge of my life."
On last Monday's attack on Ricco, Morris deniedit had anything to do with being nominated. "I was trying to make Ricco aware that in real life, talking too much and not listening or giving others a chance to talk, is not the character he will move around with."
On his axing, Morris said: "I'm going to miss the jokes, the people and the biggest thing is that I'm going to miss the house itself."
And Thami and Hazel, who are getting cosy, are up for eviction this weekend. The two love birds have started playing touchy touchy under the blankets, with Hazel boldly getting on top of Thami.
South Africa, please let's keep our Thami in the house by voting for him!