|South African BBA representative Barbz|
With 48-days gone in the Big Brother Africa StarGame reality TV show, South Africa’s celebrity model Barbz became casualty number 21 to exit the house in one of the most dramatic evictions witnessed in the continental show so far.
Torn between love and loyalty, Goldie, easily the crybaby of the house, felt that she had betrayed Barbz, her best friend — by leaving her on the chopping board when she needed her the most.
Fast forward to Tuesday and speaking to Pulse on phone, a rather jovial sounding Barbz revealed how her heart had been locked against Kenya’s Prezzo since the first day when they had an altercation.
“There was nothing going for me and him. From what I had known about him, nothing would have changed between me and him even if I stayed on,” Barbz told Pulse, seemingly unapologetic for having been the only housemate to nominate Prezzo three times during the over one month stay.
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“I have no regrets whatsoever. I enjoyed the beautiful journey. I now have to focus on going back to work and running my new business,” she remarked.
Barbz, a 34-year-old rather laid-back and composed lady was rather perky when asked if she had found love in the Big Brother house.
“I have a thing for people from Ghana,” Barbz said.
She was referring to Keitta, for whom she had developed some liking.