Justice Motlhabani of Big Brother Africa 2 fame sat before an audience of reporters at the News Cafe two hours after landing at Sir Seretse Khama Airport. Following 21 days in the Big Brother Africa 2 house, Justice was the first to be voted out.
He says the 21-day stay was a rollercoaster ride; he feels he had done his job and according to him, he took up the challenge of being the first to leave because, as it turns out, the most memorable housemates are the first and the last to leave.
One of the first questions posed to Justice was his refusal to accept the kiss Angolan housemate Tatiana offered, to which he answered that he did not want to be used by Tatiana, who has a boyfriend outside the house.
In a vigorous upbeat manner, Justice says his ‘chip on the shoulder’ countenance (that was frowned upon by many viewers) was merely a reaction to certain housemates who tried to use his petite height to intimidate him.
The Public Relations Officer at MultiChoice, Tshepho Maphanyane, says that the Justice who sat before the press was the candidate they chose for Big Brother Africa 2.
“He sold himself and was well prepared but, however, one cannot predict how a personality would relate to 11 other new housemates in a confined space.”
Housemates vied for regional digital satellite air-time as they performed one outrageous deed after another and Justice was often seen moping after verbal exchanges to the dismay of viewers who had been primed for action by some of the other housemates.
He says during media engagements in South Africa, some BBA2 viewers assured him that, to them, he was entertaining. During the time he will spend before returning to study at the University of Botswana, Justice will script his memoir aptly titled 21 days the BBA.
Richard, Tatiana or Max are the names he gave of possible winners of the US$100 000 prize.
This Sunday we will see the departure of Jeff (who stood against Justice last weekend) or Maureen. Maureen was nominated by Bertha after she returned Meryl favour of saving Bertha from possible eviction.