BBA's Permithias and Frankie on being evicted
The Big Brother Hotshots house keeps getting smaller.
On Sunday evening, Rwanda's Frankie and Permithias from Namibia said goodbye after being in the house for more than a month. Although their journey was cut short, both seem happy with how they played the game.
Permithias told The Juice: "I was excited going in and I'm excited going out. Being out of the house is not going to change who I am. I did my part and there's nothing I could have done better." He said he was looking forward to going home to his family and added that he'll be focusing on his music. "I'm looking forward to making music. I'm going to make hit after hit," he said.
Frankie echoed Permithias' statement and said his music, acting and modelling will get his full attention. He believes that although he did not win, he still managed to get the exposure he needed. On being evicted he said: "I feel good. It is what it is. I'm proud of what happened. I made history by being the first person from Rwanda to be on the show and I opened doors for others. I represented my country well."
He said he enjoyed his time in the house and learned a lot about people from different countries and backgrounds. He thanked Africa for the support and added: "The experience was humbling."