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Malawi’s Natasha gets praise from Uganda’s Denzel #BBATheChase

Uganda’s evicted housemate Denzel has heaped praise on Malawi’s housemate Natasha saying she is vibrant and has all the qualities of taking her all the way to the finale of Big Brother Africa(BBA): The Chase.

Speaking in an interview on Tuesday from South Africa Denzel, who came out lively during the launch and his eviction surprised many by saying Natasha stands a very good chance of winning the ultimate prize looking at the way Africa saved her when she was up for eviction.

“She has the votes and will go far, she is loud, lively and although she is not that popular to fellow housemates but in an African perspective, she is strong and made us very good nsima,” he said.

The Ugandan celeb said he was disappointed with his eviction as he wanted to take the prize money home.

“I am disappointed I am out but that’s what this game is all about, I have learnt a lot. I don’t think Africa voted me out but it is just complicated,” he said revealing that he was putting his money on Natasha and O’Neal.

He said he had learnt a lot in the house and that he is going back home full of confidence to continue presenting his TV and radio shows in Uganda.

“I will miss the beautiful women in the house, the fun and I am looking at networking with fellow housemates to work on different projects,” said Denzel.

Denzel was evicted alongside Kenya’s Huddah who was in Malawi’s Fatima and she too said the Malawi representative is a good person although she is yet to pick up.

“I like Fatima, she is a good person, she is yet to show more but the fact that she is playing it safe is nice. I am disappointed I am out but that is what this game is all about. I would like to thank Africa for the support. I tried my best and I have enjoyed,” said Huddah.

She also said now that she is out she will broaden her business since she has made a name in the house.

On who she thinks would win the prize money, Huddah said it was too early but revealed that Zimbabwe’s Hakeem is one of the strong contenders and described him as intelligent.

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