After worrying that stripping down to her bikini to sunbathe may be frowned upon by her church, the 29-year-old African housemate stated that she believed the most important lesson of the Bible was to love your fellow man.
"We're going to get to a place where 'I love you' is going to mean less than 'I care for you'," she said, adding that people now use the term 'love' "selfishly".
"At the moment the world angers me," she told the BB5 winner. "People do things because it looks good, people do things because they want people to say ,'She is a nice person'. I don’t want to look it, I want to be it.
"It’s a beautiful place for me to say I really don’t give a flaming hoot of what people think of me, especially if it's negative, along as I know I am [nice]."
Makosi, who was known in BB6 for her secret tasks and underhand tactics, added that she could not possibly bring herself to play the same game this time around.
"A dodgy ass task about deceiving people, I would fail it because of where I am now. I couldn’t hack it. I'm at a place where every time I deceive someone, I'm deceiving myself," she said.