Man of the moment in Big Brother ï¿½The Chase Elikem is going through an emotional and psychological instability as the final day draws closer and closer.
Elikem is so happy and yet tensed about the fact that he is the first Ghanaian housemate to go this far in the intercontinental reality TV show and he is pleased with himself with how he has played the game so far. Elikem the Tailor who is obviously proud of himself could no longer keep the joy inside him.
He took to the garden this morning all by himself and spoke to himself and perhaps to Africa. The Actor, speaking like an overwhelmed 'psycho' congratulated himself and imaged how his friends, his family, his country and Africa would be proud of him right now.
After 89 days spent cooped up in the Big Brother House, away from everything and everyone that they know and love, it looks like some of the Housemates are starting to put the ï¿½crayï¿½ in crazy.
"You made it man, top five, final week,"Elikem said, talking to himself. "You came here, you seen and conquered all. A couple of Heads of House and a couple of arena wins," he added.
The young Ghanaian was outside in the garden all by his lonesome when he decided to struck up a conversation with himself to let him know just how proud he is of himself. Huh, what? We don't know either!
But what we do know though, is that the Ghana man is not the only one of the top five Housemates that is displaying irrational behaviour.
Just a few days ago, it was Cleo, who had a booze fuelled heart to heart with one of the House's resident fish, Tobias. "I'm depressed. Please don't judge me. I know the fools up there will judge me for breaking my glass," she told her little buddy.
Two days ago, Beverly confessed to Biggie that she hears voices in her head. "The voice in my head sounds just like me. Sometimes, it tells me to accept the negative, which I don't. Other times it's positive and makes me happy," the feisty Nigerian said.
It seems that the Housemates are starting to lose their minds a little. But hey we are not going to judge, if we had to be out of touch from the real world for so long, we would probably go a little crazy too.
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