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South African Journalist, Khosi Wins Big Brother Titans [Video]



BREAKING: South African Journalist, Khosi Wins Big Brother Titans [Video]

Khosi has won Big Brother Titans.

Newsone reports that a 25-year-old South African journalist, Makhosazane Twala, simply known as Khosi has won the maiden edition of Big Brother Titans, tagged BBTitans.

This online news platform reports that Khosi emerged BBTitans winner 2023 on Sunday, April 2, 2023, as announced by host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu.

Khosi beat off competition from Nigerian Kanaga Jr, who emerged as the first runner-up of BBTitans with South African Tsatsii as the second runner-up of the popular African Reality Television show.

Newsone Nigeria reports that Khosi as winner of Big Brother Titans 2023, she walks away with the grand prize of USD100,000.

The special edition of the Big Brother franchise featured 24 housemates from Nigeria and South Africa in one house. Popular Mzansi host, Lawrence Maleka joined BBNaija host, Ebuka to co-host BBTitans.

Watch the moment Khosi emerged BBTitans winner below…

Meanwhile, Newsone reports that the Big Brother Titans Finale show commenced with a sensational performance from one of Nigerian’s Finest, Mayorkun. He performed two of his hit songs from last year, “Certified Loner” and “Competition”.

The reality tv show commenced with 20 housemates from Nigeria and South Africa on January 15 and reached its final week with six housemates left to compete for a grand prize on Sunday, April 2nd.

Newsone recalls that the 20 housemates who went into the show consisted of 10 Nigerians: Yvonne, Kanaga Jnr, Jenni O, Ebubu, Marvin, Jaypee, Nana, Blaqboi, Olivia, Yemi Cregx, and 10 South Africans: Tsatsii, Lukay, Yaya, Justin, Thabang, Ipeleng, Mmeli, Nelisa, Juicy Jay and Khosi. They were the first to be introduced into the show on Sunday.

A few days later, the show coordinator, Biggie, during the Thursday night pool party, introduced four more housemates, Blue Aiva, Theo Traw, Sandra, and Miracle OP, making it a total of 24. The housemates were Twelve Nigerians and an equal number of South Africans.