Big Brother Mzansi made a huge comeback on Sunday 22 January. The show returned on screens after a 7 years break. It commenced with 18 housemates from different backgrounds who also have different personalities. The show has been making waves on all social media platforms since its return, the housemates have made it possible to keep viewers engaged.
However sadly one of the housemates have decided to exis the show for personal reasons. QV seemed to be suffering from anxiety as she also revealed that she's experiencing chest pains. A person's mental health is important, however shows like big brother can be draining as you're kept away from the comfort of your own home and even your family members.
QV exists the show while it's only been on people's screens for three days. Viewers of the show have however complained that she has messed up someone else's opportunity. It was a bitter sweet moment as QV said her goodbyes to her fellow housemates and viewers.
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