Botswana's Big Brother Africa housemate who recently got evicted from the game O'neal Madumo has expressed that the Big Brother house has scarred him for life.
Speaking at a press conference held last week Thursday at President Hotel, O'neal said that if given the chance to do it again he would turn down the opportunity to go back to Biggie's house. O'Neal said, "I would never enter Big Brother again. It scarred me for life". The former housemate also went into detail and told the press that three weeks into the game he was diagnosed with high blood pressure and given medication that he had to take for about four days.He added that prior to entering the house he never imagined that he would be associated with high blood pressure.
O'neal further said that being in the house wasn't psychologically easy for him. He said that "A part of me selfishly wanted to leave the house that I even considered to voluntarily leave the house, but I didn't do it". He went on to say that other housemates would do things in a disorganised manner and it was confusing for him. He added that at first he gave it some
For her part, MultiChoice public relations executive Tshepo Maphanyane said that there is nothing that can prepare one for Big Brother. She said that there is no way that anybody survives Big Brother without it affecting them. Maphanyane added that for one to understand the game, they have to have been inside to understand what the housemates go through.In addition to that she said that Big Brother is a 24 hour job because beyond the cameras there are always people who are on call such as doctors and psychologists who are placed to offer housemates support should the need arise.