Watch: Newcastle Residents Party Wildly After Khosi Twala BB Titans Win

Residents of Newcastle, Kwa-Zulu Natal, shut down the streets last night after one of their own, Khosi Twala, won season one of Big Brother Titans.

Lawrence Maleka and his Nigerian co-host Ebuka Obi-few Uchendu’s seconds announcing Khosi as the winner of this year’s Big Brother will live on in the hearts of the people of Osizweni, Newcastle.

Khosi took home the R1.8 million grand prize in USD after finishing in the top six of the 11-week show.


Khosi Twala Won Big Brother Titans [Image: Twitter @BigBroAfrica]


The final race was trimmed to two, and Khosi faced off with fan-favourite 23-year-old Kanaga Jnr from Nigeria.

The Moment Khosi Was Announced Winner

WinnerThe two contestants hugged tightly, oozing nervousness as the co-hosts piled suspense by delaying calling out the winner. The moment Lawrence announced Khosi, the hysteric journalist ran from Kanaga Jnr’s embrace, leapt in high heels before falling to her knees, and crouched in tears.

Kanaga Jr walked to her, knelt on one leg and congratulated her. The victory made South Africans jubilant.


Newcastle Residents Join The Khosi Victory Celebrations

That jubilation reverberated to her hometown of Osizweni, where fans left their homes and brought the KZN township to a standstill.

It was party galore as the community members filled the streets yelling their lungs out to “Khosi, we wanna party” while cars raved and roared as they lit up the township.

Watch the ecstatic people of Ozisweni in Newcastle below.

Osizweni residents celebrated Khosi, although she moved to Johannesburg to pursue her career as a news reporter. It’s a given that she had to be talkative and open-minded, traits that oiled her navigation through the Big Brother house.


Khosi’s Winning Strategy

In her introductory Big Brother video from January, Khosi said she is coming in as a clueless contestant but silently brainy. One YouTuber reacted to the victory, describing her as “Kink Khosi, the mover, the shaker, the player, the most strategic.”

Twenty-four contestants from Nigeria and South Africa battled it out in this year’s reimagined Big Brother Titans.


Khosi Twala Big Brother
Khosi Twala Won Big Brother Titans [Image: Twitter @BigBroAfrica]


Nigerian brought Yemi Cregx, Olivia, Blaqboy, Nana, Marven, Jaypee, Ebubu, Jenni O, Kanaga, Yvonne, Sandra and Miracle OP. South Africa had Cossy, Juicy Jay, Nelisa, Mmeli, Khosi, Ipeleng, Thabang, Yaya, Khehla, Tsatii, Justin, Blue Aiva and Theo Traw in the house.


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