Miracle Op, one of the recently evicted housemates of the Big Brother Titans show, on Tuesday predicted Khosi to be the eventual winner of the show.
The 24-year-old Anambra indigene, during a virtual interview with Journalists, said his prediction was based on his observations upon being evicted.
“I think Khosi will win the show, this is from what I have seen since my eviction,” he said.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the trio of Blue Aiva, Nana and Miracle Op, were evicted during the live show on Sunday, March 19, as they had the least votes among eight housemates nominated for eviction.
The impulsive, chatty, and adventurous Miracle said going forward, he would be open to the entertainment industry, like acting and presenting as those were areas of his strength as an individual.
“My experience in the house was a blessing, I am honoured to grace that platform, to be with amazing people and am also eternally blessed to showcase my talents.
“I will love to venture into anything entertainment, in acting and presenting, those are areas I have passion for and those are the talents I came to showcase to the world.
“I wouldn’t want to limit myself to Nollywood alone.
“Although, the prize for the winner of the show is amazing; nobody is going to turn that down but to have showcased my talents was above everything else for me,” he said.
The ex-housemate of the Ziyakhala Wahala season of the show described fellow housemates Ipeleng and Khosi as amazing women who had been able to change him in the positive.
He said he would have nothing to do with Khosi in terms of sexual relationships but would be her friend outside the show.
“Ipeleng is an amazing woman and I appreciate the fact that she got to know me as an individual.
“What attracted me to her was beyond physical attraction, it was mental. I feel very comfortable around her, always around her, talking to her, because that was my comfort zone and I like it.
“For Khosi, Khosi and I on a relationship side? It is not going to happen but that is someone close to my heart because we had a journey for nine weeks and we had to survive every eviction almost every Sunday.
“There is a bond that Khosi and I will have that cannot be broken no matter what. I appreciate both women for the changes they have made in me.
“Khosi and I are just going to be friends outside,” he said.
Miracle Op, who was observed to be speaking up for women in the course of the show, explained that this was informed by being raised by strong women and having strong women in his life.
“I believe that women should be truly respected and appreciated,” he said.