Khosi, a South African journalist and TV star who won Big Brother, Titans, claims she has yet to receive her prize money.
The winner expressed her hope that the prize money would be given to her because she was the winner.
Khosi received prizes totalling $100,000.
The 25-year-old defeated Tsatsii Kanaga Jr to win the inaugural season of Big Brother Titans, dubbed “Ziyakhala Wahala.”
When asked if she had called to demand her money, she said, ”I don’t feel the need to do that. I feel like they know it’s my money, and I am sure they are doing their best to give it to me. The contract says you are going to get the money between one to six months. They did specify that you don’t get it immediately. So I don’t think it is necessary to demand. I can only enquire about when I would get it,” she told host Sokoohemaa Kukua.
Khosi stated that she was not concerned and that she was relieved that she had not yet received the prize money because she expected it to be completed by now.
She added that she was confident that by the time the money was returned to her, the excitement surrounding her victory would have died down.
The 25-year-old defeated Tsatsii Kanaga Jr to win the first season of Big Brother Titans, dubbed “Ziyakhala Wahala.”
Khosi was the first housemate announced on Big Brother Titans on the first day of airing. The reality show featured twenty-four housemates competing for the top prize.
Khosi, who is originally from KwaZulu-Natal, now lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, and is regarded as an open-minded, adventurous, and self-aware individual.
The show, which was produced by Multichoice, featured South African and Nigerian housemates in the Big Brother House and aired for 72 days.