The duo, who have both been on the receiving end of many compliments from the rapper since entering the house, decided to each pretend that they are jealous of him making amorous advances to the other.
Chantelle was the first to put the plan into action, telling the unsuspecting Gangsta's Paradise star that she hopes he doesn't get evicted on Friday.
"Why don't you show me how much you want me to go?" he asked her suggestively. She laughed off his comment and continued: "No, but I do think that it'd be a shame if you go. You are a big part of it in here, with the cooking and everything."
"If people are smart they have to perceive me as a threat," he said. "If I make it to the end I'm going to be hard to beat."
"Do you feel that's why you might be up for eviction?" quizzed the 2006 Celebrity Big Brother winner. "Definitely. Also, should I make it past this week, some people are going to be in trouble next week because I'm going to change," he warned.
"Oh please don't," begged Chantelle, as he reassured her: "I'm going to change my strategy, not my personality."
Meanwhile, Makosi was telling Brian and Nikki about the plan in the living room, explaining that the next step was for her to tell him to stop flirting with Chantelle, saying: "I ain't sharing you with nobody."
"So you're pretending to fancy him?" asked Nikki. "That'll be so funny!"