BBTitans Week 2 Highlights.


BBTitans launched on Sunday 15 January with 20 housemates including 10 Nigerians and 10 South Africans.

Nigerian roommates are BlaqBoi, Jenny O, Olivia, Yemi Craigx, Yvonne, Nana, JayPee, Ebubu, Marvin and Kanaga Jr., while South African housemates are Ipeleng, Yaya, Tsatsii, Lukay, Mmeli, Justin and Juicy Jay. khosi, Thabang and Nelisa.

After the show kicked off, the housemates have been trying to find their balance in the house until Big Brother switched up the tempo in the house situated in South Africa.


A South African housemate, Mmeli emerged as Head of the House.

The twenty-four-year-old model and content creator emerged as the first Head of the BBTitans Zikhayala Wahala edition House.

As requested by Biggie, Mmeli chose law student Ipeleng to be his deputy.

In the same vein, Khozi emerged as the first tail of House for the maiden edition of BBTitans.

She was rewarded with a tail that must be worn throughout the week.

In the second week, Nigerian housemate BlaqBoi and South African housemate Ipeleng emerged the Heads of house while Yemi Cregx and Nelisa became the tail of the house.

Barely four days in the house, four more housemates were introduced into the house.

The four added housemates were Sandra and Miracle OP from Nigeria and Blue Aiva and Theo Traw.

The housemates have continued to play the game along with other 20 housemates.

As of Friday, January 27, there were 24 housemates in the house.


The first 20 housemates were made to nominate housemates for possible eviction on Sunday, January 22, 2023. In all, 15 housemates got on the nomination list but some housemates had more nominations than others.

Leading the nomination list is Nigeria’s Nana from Kaduna with eight nominations.

She’s followed by South African Justin with five nominations, Khosi, Olivia, and Yemi Craigx with four nominations each, and Tsatsii, JayPee, Lukay, and Jenni O with two nominations each.

BlaqBoi, Yaya, Kanaga Jr, Marvin, and Nelisa all got one nomination each.

However, six housemates weren’t nominated for possible eviction and they include Ipeleng, Yvonne, Ebubu, Juicy Jay, Thabang, and Mmeli. However, the housemates found out it was all fake.

However, the second Monday in the house had housemates going through the true nomination.

The housemates were put up for nomination in pairs.

Biggie’s twist

Biggie has continued to throw in different twists into the game since it kicked off on January 15.

From adding new housemates to pairing the housemates, viewers continue to marvel at the unfolding of events.

The 24 housemates were paired into 12 and the pairing, according to Biggie, will last till the end of the show except Biggie thinks otherwise.

Nelisa and Yemi Cregx, JayPee and Lukay, BlaqBoi and Ipeleng, Tsatsii and Ebubu, Marvin and Yaha, Sandra and Theo Traw, Khosi and Miracle OP, Juicy Jay and Olivia, Jenni O and Mmeli, Kanaga and Blue Aiva, Justin and Yvonne, Thabang and Nana.

Yemi Cregx and his ‘harem’

Cupid seems to have shot his bow and arrow in Yemi and Khosi’s direction. After three days in the Big Brother house, Yemi seems to be quite the charmer when it comes to sharing sugar with the women in Biggie’s house.

He’s been spotted in a few stolen intimate moments with Jenni O, Yaya, Yvonne, and Ipeleng, but it seems Khosi is the one that has mostly fallen for the charm and they shared more than just a kiss. After parting with Khosi – albeit briefly – Yemi found interest in Blue Aiva. His pair mate, Nelisa and Yaya are also in his harem.


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