South African journalist Makhosazane, also known as Khosi, has won the first season of the Big Brother Titans (BBTitans) reality TV program. Contestants from Nigeria and South Africa competed for the $100,000 grand reward Flutterwave and Bambo sponsored. After 78 days in the Big Brother house, Khosi defeated Nigeria’s Kanaga Jr and four other housemates to triumph.
BBTitans premiered on January 15, 2023, with 20 housemates in the South African house. Mayorlun, a Nigerian act, and South African DJ Maphorisa delivered electrifying acts during the finale. The program provided a platform for exchanging South African and Nigerian cultures. Many housemates said they learned new things about contestants from other countries cultures.
Khosi’s plan paid off when she won the first Big Brother Titans. The South African was the “blonde lady” in the home, but she had her sights set on the prize. Her victory came with numerous extra prizes totaling $100,000. Kanaga Jr, an actor, and model, finished first and was a popular favorite.
Khosi’s victory drew mixed responses on social media, with many congratulating her. The first season of the BBTitans reality TV show was a tremendous success, and many people are already excited for the second season.