Three contestants leave Big Brother Hotshots

Sunday’s Live eviction saw the exit of not two, but three housemates of Season Nine of Big Brother Africa – Hotshots.

Unlike in past weeks, this week, no woman left the house.

The evictees were Ghana’s Kaycee Moore, Namibia’s Luis and Rwanda’s Arthur. This is the first time Rwanda is participating in the competition.

First to be evicted was Arthur, who said he was happy that he was able to show Africa his multiple talents being a singer, dancer and comedian.

Luis, a model, had tried to scale the Big Brother house’s fence during a bout of depression two weeks ago.

He later explained to his fellow housemates that he was suffering from inferiority complex.

He was also probably missing his love interest in the house, Mozambique’s Mira, who was evicted after the first week.

He told IK, the host, that he hoped to reunite with her.

Kaycee Moore, who said he was glad to be reuniting with his wife and daughter, however, succumbed to tears when he saw his best friend in the house Uganda’s Ellah crying after his eviction.

Apart from the evictees, the other housemates up for eviction were Botswana’s Sheila, Malawi’s Mr. 265, Rwanda’s Frankie and Zambia’s Macky 2.

Another round of nominations took place immediately after the eviction show. The housemates up for eviction would be announced on Monday’s daily show.

Nigerian dancehall singer, Patoranking, performed at Sunday’s eviction show.

Meanwhile, Tanzania’s Idris is this week’s head of house, taking over from Zimbabwe’s JJ.

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