The 25-year-old South African journalist Makhosazane Twala aka Khosi has made the history. She has been crowned the Big Brother Titans reality TV show’s winner after being the contestant for 78 days in the show’s first season. With her victory, she has won numerous extra prizes along with the winning prize of $100,000.
Khosi defeated six finalists, which were, Ebubu, Ipeleng, Yvonne, Khosi, Kanaga Jr., and Tsatsii.
Kanaga (Jnr), a Nigerian and fan favourite, finished as the first runner-up. Kanaga, an actor and model, identifies himself as a “sensitive young man who loves older women.”
Ironically, Ipeleng, the first candidate to advance to the finals, was the first finalist to be eliminated.
The moment she left the home, she spoke, calling her time in the competition “beautiful but crazy.” She did, however, acknowledge that despite being a little shy going into the concert, she left with more self-assurance.
Ebubu, a Nigerian who is also the first albino to advance to the reality show’s conclusion, came in second after her.
His time in the house was, in his words, “exceptional and a new experience.”
Ebubu, another fan favourite, simply grinned in response when asked about the relationships he formed while living in the house.
On Sunday, January 15, 2023, BBTitans made its debut. Twenty new housemates were welcomed into the South African setting. Ebuka and Lawrence served as the show’s co-hosts for its entire 72-day run.