Yolanda apologises for GBV remarks on ‘Big Brother Mzansi’

Eulanda “Yolanda” Monyai has apologised for her gender-based violence (GBV) comments on Big Brother Mzansi (BBMzansi) season four.

The Limpopo-born sales consultant was disqualified from the Big Brother Mzansi competition on Friday, 15 March, after she made comments about m


“I want to mol est her,” Yolanda said.
She also made other inappropriate comments about fellow contestant Sabelo “Papaghost” Ncube.YOLANDA APOLOGISES
In a video that was played for the Big Brother Mzansi contestant in the house, Yolanda said her comments were misunderstood.

“Guys, I just want to apologise for what happened on Thursday. I wanna apologise to Ghost for what I said to you and what I said about you on that clip that you saw. And I just hope that you forgive me or find it in your heart to forgive me. I know that you know that’s not what I meant and the whole thing just landed wrong. I apologise for that, ” she said.

“I didn’t mean it the way it landed. I apologise,” she added.

The model also apologised to the rest of the Big Brother Mzansi housemates, adding that she learnt a lot from them. She further apologised to her fans, the Yolifires, and her mother.BRAVO B’S DISQUALIFICATION
This is not the first time that a Big Brother Mzansi contestant is disqualied for GBV utterances this season.

When the S’yamosha season had just begun in January this year, Lindokuhle “Bravo B” Nselewas disqualified.