‘I wanted to be myself unapologetically’ - Sis Tamara happy she represented the LGBTQI community on #BBMzansi

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For Sis Tamara, the competition was about LGBTQI visibility.
For Sis Tamara, the competition was about LGBTQI visibility.

It is the final count down to the Big Brother Mzansi finale with only five contestants left, Tulz, Mphwabadimo, Themba, Libo, Gash1, and only one will walk away with the R2 million prize money.

Evicted from the house recently is film and television student Ukho “Sis Tamara” Samela (25) who when going into the house came with only one objective, to represent the LGBTQI community.

She leaves the house fulfilled to have made a mark for the LGBTQI community.

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