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BBA 2013: The Housemates spoke about the possibility of being criticized by Africa

News: Taking criticism

Being in Biggie’s House invites a lot of criticism, especially from those who don’t know the pressures of the game. For the first time on The Chase, the Housemates spoke about the possibility of being criticized by Africa and Melvin openly admitted to not caring about people who criticize them.

“There are so many things that we do here and we’re being criticized for,” Melvin had said to the gang. He expressed that he doesn’t care about what people have to say. Beverly jumped in to the conversation saying that Melvin doesn’t care because he doesn’t know what is being said out there but Melvin refused her argument and said even if he knew what was being said about him, he wouldn’t care.

Cleo also said that even if she knew she still wouldn’t care about the criticism out there. Dillish and Beverly said that they wouldn’t mind people telling them that they saw their butts on screen after leaving The Chase. Beverly said that her response to that would be “It’s ok because we were in the House and not the street.”

The pressure of being on The Chase has clearly mad our Chasers stronger, especially because they know in no time they will be dealing with critiques who will be judging them according to their actions in Biggie’s House. So this might have been a session where they were merely bracing one another for the outside world. You go Housemates!

Anthony-Claret Onwutalobi
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