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It’s swim or sink for Pokello

Tonight’s eviction session on Big Brother The Chase will determine whether Zimbabwe’s representative Pokello Nare makes another booty dance in the house or not.

BY MELISSA MPOFU

Pokello is one of the nominees up for possible eviction tonight. Controversy seems to be trailing the Zimbabwean representative since her sex tape with musician Stunner leaked on social networks.
Last week, she was again in the limelight after being captured nude during the shower hour.

Although all housemates get nude during shower hour, Pokello and fellow housemate, Cleo (Zambia) have attracted attention of viewers after their nude pictures were published on the internet on Friday.

Shower Hour is a period during the show when all the housemates are told by Big Brother to bath. During the first editions of BBA, Shower Hour was never hidden from the public and viewers of the show could patiently wait to see their favourite housemates bathing late at night.

This caused controversy with some viewers saying Shower Hour should be cancelled as it was immoral.

Big Brother then came up with a solution to remove Shower Hour from the main BBA channels on DStv, and put it on the BBA website to be viewed for a certain fee.
Now BBA viewers can sign up to a special service named BBA VIP on the official BBA website, which allows them to watch their favourite housemates bathing.

Pokello has been in the limelight in BBA for her bossy character, that most housemates resent as evidenced by the high number of nominations she got from her colleagues.

It remains to be seen if Pokello will survive eviction tonight, considering that most Africans are a bit conservative and do not take things like sex tapes and nudity lightly.

On the other hand, she may survive as BBA is a reality show that also has an open-minded audience that enjoys controversy.

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