Disqualified Big Brother Mzansi Housemate Bravo B Extends a Heartfelt Apology. Many say, he stood a good chance to win the show. Bravo B was relatable, funny, authentic, and his fan base was growing by the minute.
Sadly all of this came crashing down on Friday, when he was axed from the Big Brother Mzansi Season 4 competition. The 26-year-old food vendor from KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), was disqualified after a video of himself using offensive language circulated on social media. Bravo B and his fellow contestant Tshepo “Makhekhe” Tau were recorded plotting to have sexual intercourse with their fellow female housemates because they were under the influence of alcohol.
The clip was played for other housemates, who were shocked by it all. Bravo B was disqualified in front of the housemates, and Makhekhe was given two strikes. MultiChoice then released a statement announcing Bravo B’s disqualification. The company also revealed that Makhekhe would be coached on “behaviour etiquettes”.
Last evening a video of Bravo B apologizing was played for the housemates. In the video, he admitted to his errors, and how it has cost him a great deal. Bravo also apologized to the housemates, more especially the ladies. He also wished Makhekhe all the best in the competition, and gave him some encouraging words.
On Facebook, his management also released a statement for the public. They are thankful for the opportunity that Big Brother Mzansi provided for Bravo. His management has acknowledged the gravity of the situation, and have thus offered an apology to housemates, fans as well as sponsored of Big Brother Mzansi.
“Bravo B deeply regrets the actions that led to this outcome. He takes full responsibility for the disappointment and hurt caused. In this moment of reflection, he expressed profound remorse.”