I am sorry, Zambia’s Big Brother Africa representative Talia has apologised to her country for engaging in sex while in the Africa star game show.
In the last two weeks of the show Talia engaged into a relationship with South African representative Keagan who came to emerge as the winner of the show. The two were shown kissing intimately in many occasions and also sharing the same bed.
At one point they showered together. This was not well-received especially back home as she early on dated another house mate from Angola Seydou before he was evicted from the House.
Her love affair with the two guys drew some concerns even in the House.
“I’d go with Keagan because I have known him longer and he is polite and kind. I have an emotional bond with him.I feel bad that I have disappointed Seydou,” Talia said when asked by Big Brother during her last Diary
Session on Sunday. Another incidence was when Talia offered a sex dance. She fled from the masses that were dancing in the garden and took to the girls’ bedroom to put on a raunchy little dance routine as she changed out of her Santa outfit and slipped into her itty bitty bikini.
The boogie bug bit her bad and the Upville lass just could not contain herself. As the music echoing throughout the House the StarGame cutie danced around all by herself.
Talia who was among the six House mates who managed to reach the grand finale on Wednesday at a briefing in Lusaka her home town asked Zambians to forgive her for having misrepresented them during the 90 days show game. She explained that some of things she did in the House were not intentional saying it was an emotional period.
Zambia’s Big Brother Africa finalist could not tell her plans with her found Big Brother Africa lover Keagan.
“I don’t know what will happen with Keagan,” she says leaving people guessing that anything is possible.
She thanked Zambians for supporting her during the show where she survived out of the three representatives that include music start Mampi and Talia’s relative Tamara.
Talia was speaking in Lusaka at a press briefing organized by Multi Choice.