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QV Dumps The Big Brother House Just After 3 Days, Mzansi Reacts

After spending just three days in the Big Brother house, QV, real name Keamogwetse Motlhale, decided to call it quits. This was because she decided to take care of her mental health.

QV has pulled out from the race which would have seen contestants becoming R2 million richer. Season 2 winners, Nkanyiso Ace Khumalo and Ntombifuthi Tshabalala also had their chance to win the same amount of money.

Taking to her social media page, QV shared that what had become a childhood dream of hers, quickly turned into a mentally challenging competition, which forced her to choose her health.

She gave a speech to her housemates and thanked them for being ‘present’ and for opening themselves up fully, to experience this opportunity. She then revealed why she decided to leave.

“I’m sure everyone noticed that I have been a little bit closed off…I’ve come to realise that I’m clearly struggling from something and as much as I would like to throw it behind and focus solely on knowing each and everyone of you, it’s not only affecting me mentally, I’m feeling it physically. So I will be leaving the game.

“I’m grateful for the opportunity which has always been my childhood dream and for that, I’ll never take the moments for granted. One thing you guys should take away from this is that, healing takes time,” she shared.

Fans were not too pleased with this decision but are happy that she chose her peace instead and called her brave.

They also noticed how down and distant she was in the house yesterday, so many are not too shocked. “Shame QV… So sad to watch her leave… But I guess she wasn’t coping for real… Yesterday she was distant… Now this,” a fans wrote.

Another got schooled more about mental health, “Why did I cry. I don’t even knw her but mental health is something that throws u off balance and is very painful to watch people go through it. I wish her all the best in all her endeavors.”

When they announced their highly anticipated return, Big Brother Mzansi shared the big news with this post, “Just in time to heat up summer!! MultiChoice Group and Banijay are pleased to announce that the much-loved Big Brother Mzansi will be making its highly anticipated return to your screens soon, and it promises to be as exciting, entertaining and action-packed as ever. Big Brother Mzansi is one of 69 adaptations of the Big Brother format worldwide and this year marks 20 years since the first ever Big Brother South Africa.”

Big Bother came with a few changes as Lawrence Maleka got announced as the host. “I’m excited to be part of this instalment of Big Brother Mzansi. The franchise has become a massive phenomenon in African as well as South African pop culture, and I’m happy to join in the fun as a presenter. The fan base is huge and massively loyal – it’s an honour to be part of such a fantastic production,” said Lawrence.

Fans had though Mvelo would be the first to go because they are not entirely feeling him. Some say he laughs all the time, gets too much screen time or eats a lot. – ZAlebs