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Khosi talks about his ‘amazing sexual chemistry’ with Yemi

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Makhosazane Twala, aka Khosi, the Big Brother Titans winner, stated that she developed a deep sexual connection with Nigerian housemate Yemi during their time on the show.

During her appearance as a guest on the newest episode of Podcast And Chill, the 25-year-old South African journalist candidly admitted to engaging in sexual intimacy with Yemi when both were inside the Big Brother house.

In her words, “Yeah, Yemi, I mean we really really make out. We had a crazy sexual chemistry. I don’t think I’ve ever been through that. I was crazy. Sometimes, we were like ‘wow! that was close.”

Khosi clarified that she had not contacted Yemi since the show’s conclusion, but revealed that she had considered contacting him. She also denied any claims that her connection with Yemi was a calculated maneuver.

Remember when the two were suspected of having sexual relations during their much-publicized stay at Biggie’s house? We can only speculate because neither party has provided direct confirmation.

It’s worth remembering that Khosi beat off 23 other housemates to win the $100,000 big prize in the first season of the BBTitans reality TV show earlier this month.

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