Meet The Big Brother Voice From Big Brother Mzansi.. Sifiso Makhubu has been identified as the voice behind Big Brother in the Big Brother Mzansi show.
Sifiso who has been a voice over artist for many years was identified by a fan of the show on Twitter.
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Fans of the Big Brother show immediately identified him as the voice command as he’s heard talking exactly like Big Brother from the show.
Big Brother’s face has been a mystery since the inception of the show as many fans have wondered whether he’s a real person or a computer.
Fans also stated on Twitter that Sifiso Makhubu was the voice over artist on Big Brother Africa reality TV show.
Big Brother gives housemates instructions, and also acts as a therapist by listening to them in the diary room where they share their darkest secrets, their conspiracy theories and their
strategies to win the R2 million prize money at the end of the competition.
The Big Brother also welcomes housemates into the show and reveals when its time for them to exit the show.
Housemates are evicted when they receive the least amount of votes from their fans.
He also assists them when they play games and announces the winner at the end of the competition.
Sources from several Big Brother houses have stated that there’s more than one Big Brother even though Housemates are led to believe they’re talking to one Big Brother.
When housemates wish to talk to Big Brother, they’re usually put onto a producer whose voice is remastered to sound like the actual Big Brother in post-production for the show.
This means that voice over artists don’t work around the clock as fans predicted.
Another fan confirmed that Sifiso is the voice over artist as they once heard him speaking IsiZulu when he was working at the Big Brother Africa.
“I knew he was Zulu but it’s the first time I see his face. When it was BBA they forgot to switch off his mic at night while the housemates were sleeping and he was having a conversation in Isizulu with other people. I was so surprised coz I thought he from Nigeria.”