Thursday, August 09, 2012

I Only Used the Size Of My 'Manhood' As a Joke to Entertain the House - Kyle

Ugandan Big Brother StarGame finalist, Kyle has explained that what may have come out as an obsession with the size of his ‘manhood’ during his stay in the Big Brother house was merely a joke to entertain the house and viewers.  While in the house, he bragged about being well endowed and as was revealed in his audition tape during the finale show, Kyle believed he could charm Africa with his ‘gift’.

When Big Brother Africa host, IK asked what happened to the man in the audition tape, who was more daring than the ‘Kyle’ in the Big Brother StarGame, Kyle pointed to his crotch and said his little man was shy because there were cameras all over the house.

In a telephone interview from South Africa Kyle said, he told his housemates about the size of his ‘manhood’ as a joke to keep them entertained. “For me, in the Big Brother house, you have to joke about things because if you can’t joke then you will end up as a boring person and you would be thrown out before you know it. So the night I talked about my manhood, it kept the conversation going through the night and basically we talked about it the whole week, and even the whole month. It was fun for me. Things like that give people something to talk about.  People might like you for that and they may want to check you out.”

Kyle also said that when he was evicted during the finale he didn’t think he was evicted but rather felt like a winner.  “It’s a very big platform for me; it was nice meeting lots of people from different backgrounds. For me, it’s just a starter and if I do the right things I will definitely go far”.

“It was crazy staying with 28 people from different backgrounds. I learnt a lot of things. I can do the Azonto. Keitta and Mildred were my best friends and I don’t shy from talking about it. After Big Brother, we have a lot of things to do. I am supposed to work with Eazzy on some project, and I am looking forward to working with people like Wati P, Lady May and Preazzo. For me, I will definitely link up with almost everybody because we were a family, we ate together, and we argued, joked and laughed together. I will be in Accra very soon,” he added.

He concluded: “Africa should expect some music from me and of course I want my career as a journalist to evolve. I am going to work hard to get my career to the level I want it to get. I am going to work on my music and trust me this isn’t the last time you going to hear of me.”

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