The first season of Big Brother Titans, a mashup of 20 housemates from Nigeria and South Africa, held its first-ever pool party last Saturday to the delight of millions of viewers who tuned in to the party.
Described as an explosive blend of cultures and experiences, the housemates held the viewers spellbound with various side attractions, with the most prominent being the eclectic servings of music that originate from Nigeria and South Africa, and what’s more, it was married with a pre-planned choreography that was off the hinges.
While last week was an absolute beast, this week brought more outstanding moments. We have selected five of them to help you relive some of the high points from the second party.
Without further ado, here are five TITAN moments from Legend Extra Stout-powered soirée.
From the lads to the ladies, the housemates dressed to impress… scratch that, to kill. Drawing inspiration from different tribes in South Africa including Zulu, Xhosa, and Tsonga, the housemates donned fine animal prints adorned with cowries and matching head gears to match. They unleashed their pure warrior spirits!
This was a mixed bag of chaos, but we all lived for it. First, Kanaga Jnr and Tsatsii shared a passionate kiss that had the entire Twitterverse in a lovey-dovey mood. Olivia would later profess love to Thabang who wasn’t so sure if it was her or the alcohol speaking. During the afterparty, hunky Juicy Jay and Yvonne steal kisses. Now that’s how you close for the day.
A party without the right dose of booze and refreshment to lift spirits is simply a dud. With an unlimited supply of the dark, rich-tasting Legend Extra Stout, the housemates partied hard until Big Brother called.
Fully charged to go all the way, the housemates protested, chanting in solidarity, “Xclusive, we want to party!”
If last week’s amapiano dance choreo of the housemates impressed you, then this week’s delivery was a stunner. From Ebubu and Justin faring well as a one-man army on the dancefloor, the likes of Khosi were everywhere working and matching everyone’s energies to the unique tunes pumped out from the surround speakers.
Nigeria’s DJ Xclusive came prepared armed with the turntable and an impeccable playlist to raise the spirits of the housemates after a week of gruelling tasks. The housemates couldn’t have asked for a better mix of Nigerian and South African tunes that ranged from evergreen classics to the contemporary hits that dominate the dancefloor. High energy nuanced with oomph, the delivery went down as one of the most memorable ones (yet) this season