After 71 days of laughter, tears and journey, the Big Brother Mzansi journey got here to an finish on Sunday after a two-hour dwell present, with Michelle “Mphowabadimo” Mvundla outplaying her 19 fellow housemates to the R2 million grand prize.
With viewers in denial as a result of their favourites didn’t win, conspiracy theories quickly started flying round, with some saying the sangoma used muthi to win. Those who badly needed Themba Mabaso or Brandon “Gash1” Mthombeni to win stated the votes have been rigged in Mvundla’s favour for PR causes and that she gained due to her religious calling.
Mphowabadimo has slammed these claims and stated her followers saved her within the recreation:
Being a sangoma is just not one thing I requested for in life, it’s a present, it’s who I’m, that’s the reason I’m Mphowabadimo. I did lose myself in some unspecified time in the future in the home.
“I went inside the house with a plan of not disclosing that I am a sangoma because I did not want that to affect the game. In the first week, I kind of had an out-of-body experience and that showed me that I needed to be myself,” she stated.
The 27-year-old from Daveyton stated she would take any alternative that enables her to re-educate society, break stereotypes and alter perceptions about sangomas and religious callings. She stated she didn’t need to persuade individuals, however to indicate completely different dynamics to who religious healers are.
When requested about how she felt about being the primary lady to win the sport, Mphowabadimo stated it had not but sunk in.
“I am still overwhelmed, I need to process all of this. It has only been a few hours, so I am still trying to adjust to being outside the house and my new reality.”
Reflecting on her journey, she stated:
It has modified me so much. I’ve grown, I’ve healed, I’m a much bigger particular person than I used to be strolling into the home. I’m grateful for this expertise. I’ll by no means be the identical.
The flirty runner-up, entrepreneur and clothier Gash1 stated his plan was to develop his enterprise.
“Prior to the show, it was hard. Even after the show it will be hard, but I never relied on the R2 million to make my dreams come true, to be honest. This has always been my journey and vision, I am still walking that journey and I will make sure that it happens.”
The 28-year-old from Pretoria additionally talked about his curiosity in rising his relationship with Thato Mokoena.
Tattoo artist Mabaso, who was the third to be evicted from the highest 5, was evidently torn and couldn’t pretend smiles as he thought he can be the winner.
The 30-year-old from Alexandra stated he performed an incredible recreation and that nobody noticed him coming. The consideration he has been getting outdoors the Big Brother home is attending to him, although:
The consideration is an excessive amount of. If I may, I’d tone it down just a little bit.
Shirley Adonisi, director of native leisure channels at M-Net, stated their relationship with Mvundla was set to proceed past the present.
“It’s not like our relationship with her ends here, she is going to need a lot more of our support, not from just a psychological aspect but from many aspects. I think the cue will come from her in terms of what direction she would like to follow. If she wants to just disappear for a while then we will respect that,” stated Adonisi, including that they’d make an announcement ought to there be plans for a fourth season of Big Brother Mzansi.
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