Big Brother Titans: Khosi emerges as winner of Ziyakhala Wahala edition
Khosi has been announced as the winner of the first season of the Big Brother Titans show. Coming in second place is Kanaga Jnr. Her announcement as winner of the show was met with hearty cheers from fans in the audience and left Khosi ecstatic.
The six housemates who made it to the finale were, Ebubu, Ipeleng, Yvonne, Khosi, Kanaga Jnr and Tsatsii.
The winner ‘Khosi’ walked away with the grand prize of US$100, 000.
When she first entered the Big Brother house, she revealed that she is in the Big Brother Titan house for quick fame and the money as well. She further added that she is an explosive combo of beauty and brains.
Khosi the 25-yr-old South African journalist, model, fitness expert with the full name Makhosazane Twala also does an online content by sharing pictures and videos about modelling and fitness with her audience while endorsing brands such as UnravelMe swim and sportswear.
She was born on August 10, 1997 in Newcastle, Kwazulu-Natal, but currently resides at Johannesburg. Khosi is a Christian and single.
She attended Lincoln Heights Secondary School between 2011 and 2015. She began her tertiary education at the University of the Free State in 2016 and later joined Oakfields College.
Khosi completed her postgraduate studies at the University of Johannesburg in 2021.
Asides from her three major careers, Khosi is also passionate about fashion and she has participated in beauty and fitness contests. She competed in Miss Free State South Africa 2017, Biogen Face of Fitness 2020 and Miss Regal International South Africa 2021.
In 2017, she won 2nd Princess in the Miss Free State pageant.
Khosi has became a talking point in BBTitans after kissing Yemi Cregx, an housemate from Nigeria.
She also shares striking resemblance with Nigerian crossdresser, James Brown, which has gotten netizens talking.
Big Brother Titans is the joint South African and Nigerian edition of the Big Brother franchise. The theme is “Ziyakhala Wahala”. The series followed contestants as they lived in an isolated house and compete for a cash prize at the end of the show by avoiding being evicted from the house by the viewers who vote on their favourite housemates to stay on the show. The show featured housemates from South Africa and Nigeria.
Ebuka Obi-Uchendu and Lawrence Maleka are co-hosts of the show, and it is sponsored by Flutterwave, Bamboo and Lotto Star.