Khosi, the 2023 Big Brother Titans (BBTitans) winner, says she is yet to receive her cash prize about two months after the show ended.


The maiden edition of BBTitans — which was a fusion of South Africa and Nigeria — ended on April 2.

It featured a total of 24 housemates from the two countries.

Khosi defeated other finalists to claim the $100,000 grand prize.


Speaking in a recent interview with TV3 Ghana, the reality TV star disclosed that she is still looking forward to the cash prize.

The 25-year-old model said although the organisers told her that the prize would not come immediately, “I didn’t expect it to take this long”.

“You know what’s funny? Anytime I look at it, it still feels so unreal. I was like huh! It gives me goosebumps every time I watch it. It’s crazy. The money? Not yet. It hasn’t. I think none of us has gotten our money from them,” she said.


“Yes, (it’s for a good cause). I am not even in a rush. It’s okay. I will get the money by the time everyone forgets that I am a millionaire.

“The project did say that you don’t get your money immediately. I think that’s why it’s not a shocker like that as well. But I also didn’t expect it to take this long.”

Born Makhosazane Twala, Khosi is a native of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. She is also a media personality and fitness trainer.


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