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‘Big Brother Mzansi’ fans celebrate Papa Ghost’s eviction.

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‘Big Brother Mzansi’ fans celebrate Papa Ghost’s eviction.

‘Big Brother Mzansi’ housemate Papa Ghost is the sixteenth contestant to get evicted from the reality TV show on Sunday, 31 March.

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Viewers of the Big Brother Mzansi reality TV show are celebrating Papa Ghost’s departure from the show.

PAPA GHOST EVICTED

The Big Brother Mzansi reality TV star, Papa Ghost was the sixteenth housemate to ger evicted on Sunday, 31 March.

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Bona confirms that Papa Ghost is the younger brother of TV personality Andile Ncube. He entered Big Brother Mzansi with the hopes of winning the R2 million cash prize.

His eviction comes after Willy, Liema, Young Papi, Lerato, Jareed, Els, Chueenza, Meelay, Mich, Taki, Pale, Fahima, Sammy_M, Mali, Neo’s evictions.

While popular housemates Yolanda and Bravo B were disqualified from the competition by MultiChoice.

MultiChoice eliminated Yolanda from the show on Friday, 15 March, while Bravo B left in the show’s opening week.

Fan-favourite, Yolanda Mukondeleli Monyai was disqualified following her remarks about molesting a fellow housemate.

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The channel revealed in a statement that they don’t condone any acts that threaten the safety of the contestants on the show.

“We do not condone any acts that threaten the safety of the housemates on the show, and we take Gender Based Violence seriously.”

FIVE HOUSEMATES LEFT IN ‘BIG BROTHER MZANSI’ HOUSE

Big Brother Mzansi reports that Makhekhe, McJunior, Mpumi, Sinaye, and Zee are all in the running to be the winner.

Papa Ghost’s departure comes after Liema chose R250 000 and walked away from Big Brother Mzansi show.

Liema had a huge fanbase and followers of the show predicted she would have won the R2 million prize had she stayed.

While some are applauding her for choosing the money because there are no guarantees on the show.

She admits in an interview with IOL that she wanted to go back in the house and was nervous.

“I wanted to go back to the house. But since I didn’t hear the rules and I was really nervous while everything was happening, I took the money”.

“At first, I was really doubtful about whether it was a good decision but then again, I realised it was a good decision. Nothing is guaranteed. I wanted to be in the top five but God had His plans for me, which I think were very good for me.”

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