The current season of Big Brother Mzansi has seen many celebrity guest appearances, but Lerato Kganyago's recent show will go down in history as one of the best of all time.
The DJ was invited to the house in a recent episode where she was the celebrity guest DJ. And it may be a bit of an understatement to say that she brought the house down, because she definitely accomplished things that haven't been seen in the house before.
The set she played was straight fire. And if you doubt her prowess on the decks, the biggest testimony of it is that she made Gershwin "Gash1" Mthombeni sing along and dance.
Now anyone who has been watching the show knows that that is not the easiest feat to accomplish. I mean, he may be charming and flirtatious, but Gash1 is certainly not the guy to be moved by music to the point of dancing. But Lerato did it, and we can only stan.
Fans poured onto social media to congratulate LKG on the best performance ever witnessed in the house. She is getting her flowers as one of Mzansi's top DJs, and we love to see her getting the recognition and adoration she deserves while she is still able to appreciate it.
The show has been heating up week after week. Just last week there was a shocking triple eviction which nobody saw coming. The country watched in shock as Yoli, Norman and Vyno were shown the door.
Yolanda "Yoli" Glover spoke to the show's host Lawrence Maleka, saying she was not surprised that she was eliminated. She said she had been up against some very tight competition, and it was only a matter of time until she left the house.
She was also very graceful in her defeat. She said that she did not think any housemate had maliciously betrayed her.
“I genuinely think I was nominated because I hadn’t stood up yet. They were like, ‘She hasn’t been nominated yet, so let her be nominated’. I trust my gut,” she said.
Norman Nhlapo was just glad to have even gotten the chance to be in the house at all. He was grateful for the opportunity and the exposure that the experience gave him.
“The only prize wasn’t the R2-million – it was the exposure to tell my story and to represent my people. I didn’t survive, I lived,” he said.
But he did leave the house with a catty remark, saying he had been himself throughout but everyone else in the house was a snake. Yikes!