BBTitans Winner Khosi, Confesses That She Hasn’t Yet Received Her Prize Money

The winner of Big Brother Titans’ first season, Khosi, also known as Makhosazane Twala, has expressed her displeasure about the protracted holdup in collecting her prize money. Khosi, who was still in shock at her surprising victory, shared her astonishment and lingering joy everytime she thinks back on her experience on the show in an exclusive interview with TV3 Ghana.

She claimed that she and her other housemates have yet to get their just rewards, including her large $100,000 cash prize from the Big Brother Titans organizers, which dampened her enthusiasm. Khosi acknowledges the outstanding prizes but keeps a positive attitude since she thinks there must be a good reason for the delay.

Khosi, a 25-year-old journalist from South Africa, defeated Kanaga Jr., a contestant from Nigeria, to win the coveted $100,000 cash prize and the highly awaited grand finale on April 2.

The reality television program merged South African and Nigerian housemates. The BBTitans competition was conducted in South Africa and broadcast in 46 nations. Flutterwave, Bamboo, and Lotto Star all provided sponsorship. Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, a well-known BBNaija host, and Lawrence Maleka, a Mzansi personality, co-hosted the first season.

The reality TV show’s viewers eagerly await information on the situation and anticipate fast action from Big Brother Titans’ organizers.

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