First Upville eviction victim Zambia's Mampi has attributed her exit from the reality show to her honesty saying the others were play-acting.
During a telephone interview from South Africa on Monday afternoon Mampi told The Weekend Times how fake Nigerian Goldie and Ghana's DKB were.
"I think I was too honest in the house because I was not pretending in what I was doing. I was just being myself and perhaps that didn't excite people. Unlike Goldie, she was so fake in her actions and conversations. Even her smile was so fake. She would ask questions which I could clearly see she didn't mean to. So I didn't like her," she said.
Mampi accused Ghana's DKB of being in¬sensitive to women in the house: "He tried to boss the ladies around and I didn't like that because he didn't show respect to the women and I couldn't stand abuse that's why I said time up and quarreled with him." The musician who arrived back in Zambia on Wednesday said she would miss chatting with Maneta, the music in the house and dancing saying these made her memorable moments in the house.
Mampi has tipped Zimbabwe's Roki and Zainab as strong contenders who could go all the way to win the competition.
"If Roki can be the exciting character that he was when he arrived in the house he has the potential of winning the competition. On the other hand, I also see Sierra Leone's Zainab as another person who can win it because she is playful which could strike a chord with young viewers," she said.
The Zambian said she was not disappointed much that she was out of the house because she expected it would happen anytime.
"I expected it because the rules say there would be evictions in the competition," she said. She said that the house has taught her some lessons she would take home.
"I have learnt that being in the house one needs to be more Africa than anything else because the audience is African. I have also learnt that one should mind what they say to others because people ask questions not because they want you to help them with something but just to test you," she said.
She said although she has exited the house she would use the platform the competition has given her to advance her career.
"Big Brother has given me a platform which I am going to use to advance my career. I will use this opportunity to make my music inter¬national when I get back home," she said.