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Heatwave promoter in the BigBrother house?

As if the re-boot of Young Talent Time wasn’t bad enough, the shaved apes who write the cheques at the Nine Network have decided to bring back Big Brother for another season later this year.

The decision to bring the show back might be questionable, but we’ll know that the producers are completely insane if they don’t lock our favourite blue dreadlocked hip-hop promoter away in the house. Yes, that’s right Heatwave boss Patrick Whyntie (aka Mastacraft) has applied to be part of the Big Brother cast for 2012.

The man behind the Aussie rap classic I Love Porno, announced on Facebook earlier this month that ‎for “100 LIKES and i’ll genuinely audition for BIG BROTHER 2012…figure with my resume i’d be a red hot shot and hold it down for all of us”. And although that post has only attracted 78 likes from his 7000+ fans at the time of writing Whyntie has now announced that he has “Just registered for Big Brother…If I get in I will do you all proud.”

According to the application form for potential Big Brother inmates “The Nine Network and Southern Star are looking for people who have warmth, intelligence, humour and no agenda”. The application also reminds us that “If you look at the most loved people on Big Brother – Chrissie Swan, Reggie, Fitzy, Sara-Marie – they all have one thing in common; they just put it all on the line and were embraced by the nation”.

How could the nation fail to embrace the warmth, intelligence, humour of this masterful rapping?


The new version of the show will be hosted by Sonia Kruger and kicks off its search for entertaining morons in Perth on Saturday 14th April.

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berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

I hope they finally take on my suggestion of 'Electric Hour', where for one hour a day, a random object or part of the house becomes charged with a lethal dose of of electricity.

Highlights will include the days when the item is one piece of cutlery and the pool.

shaza_69

shaza_69 said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

patrick would be a laugh and a half in the house!! go man goooo =)

crob

crob said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

so if the house needs more conflict will you volunteer to be the intruder grattan?

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

Front Page dig! Thanks to my public media enemy Grattan who is sour I haven't replied his emails for interviews....My chances just went up...So sad to hear you don't like I Love Porno Grattan it really is meant to be a totally serious song!


What a fucking muppet.

Ticky_McGregor

Ticky_McGregor said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

I also know a complete tosser that is trying out for this. I really hope he gets in.

SayturaEntertainment

SayturaEntertainment said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

hell yeah .. this is what the house needs. i do believe crafty will be great entetainment in the house and will do all of us proud. i can vouch that he is great entertainment as i have been in the same house as him for a week. double kudos to crafy

SayturaEntertainment

SayturaEntertainment said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

hell yeah baby .. this is what the house needs. i do believe crafty will be great entetainment in the house and will do all of us proud. i can vouch that he is great entertainment as i have been in the same house as him for a week. double kudos to crafty

Hinee

Hinee said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

i would enjoy being on big brother. the people always seem like such complete and utter deadshits who can barely string a sentence together. i'd be totally down for instigating deep intellectual discussions on topics such as the space-time continuum or why i think radiohead are over-rated.

Stugalug

Stugalug said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

my ideal inhouse scenario: promoters from various failed festivals with a few black bears. cause black bears are best.

Ange23

Ange23 said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

funny how his song ease the pain was played a lot on nova and won some competition i think and you fail to mention that song or how good it actually is compared to what is out these days.

grattan

grattan said on the 23rd Mar, 2012



Nothing quite says 'quality' like "played a lot on nova and won some competition":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFxuDRhKgrU

shazie

shazie said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

I don't know who's funnier: heatwave guy, or his friends(himself) posting on FL.

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 23rd Mar, 2012



Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

Sir Toire

Sir Toire said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

After suffering for Heatwave 2012, I think going into Big Brother shows that Mastacraft deserves a lot of respect.

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

Fuck mastacraft

Get fucking $hmyl in that bitch

absoluteDann

absoluteDann said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

i have only heard of sarah-marie.

radical_man

radical_man said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

I'd get stuck on the toilet

tpart

tpart said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

you got the numbers wrong, is this unbiased journalism? i think not....
if you read a few entries up on the fb you would see the following:

patrick whyntie
15 march near adelaide, south australia
150 likes and i'll genuinely audition for big brother in 2012...figure with my resume i'd be a red hot shot haha.
unlike share
you and 161 others like this.


stuart weetly one more plz, lets see it!.
15 march at 23:30 like

patrick whyntie done game on brothers and sisters !
16 march at 01:01 like 2

craig123

craig123 said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

you got the numbers wrong, is this unbiased journalism? i think not....
if you read a few entries up on the fb you would see the following:

patrick whyntie
15 march near adelaide, south australia
150 likes and i'll genuinely audition for big brother in 2012...figure with my resume i'd be a red hot shot haha.
unlike � � share
you and 161 others like this.


stuart weetly one more plz, lets see it!.
15 march at 23:30 � like

patrick whyntie done game on brothers and sisters !
16 march at 01:01 � like � 2

wow i am impressed ... first post and all. really let us know our failings there.

batdan

batdan said on the 23rd Mar, 2012

As if any contestant after S1 doesn't have an agenda.

grattan

grattan said on the 24th Mar, 2012

you got the numbers wrong, is this unbiased journalism? i think not....
if you read a few entries up on the fb you would see the following:

patrick whyntie
15 march near adelaide, south australia
150 likes and i'll genuinely audition for big brother in 2012...figure with my resume i'd be a red hot shot haha.
unlike � � share
you and 161 others like this.


stuart weetly one more plz, lets see it!.
15 march at 23:30 � like

patrick whyntie done game on brothers and sisters !
16 march at 01:01 � like � 2

Follow the link in the story - or if that's too hard:
http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg33/scaled.php?server=33&filename=screenshot20120324at110.png&res=medium

shazie

shazie said on the 24th Mar, 2012

100 LIKES on Grattan's post and he said he'll genuinely audition for BIG BROTHER 2012... figure with his resume he'd be a red hot shot and hold it down for all of us haha.

grattan

grattan said on the 2nd May, 2012

From MASTACRAFT's Facebook:

A journalist called asking if I was still auditioning for Big Brother in SA tomorrow I told her no but I am...who wants to drink up flaskys while waiting in line?

Classic!
(Just for the record this phone call wasn't from me or anyone else at FL.)

MASTACRAFT - we all need you in that house. And when you win we'll all celebrate with flaskys in the park.

crob

crob said on the 4th May, 2012

I liked his response to why he lied to the reporter

http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/582169_10151584232615260_589075259_12057799_1685342098_n.jpg

grattan

grattan said on the 4th May, 2012

Fuck I really hope he got in!

Check out the SA competition:

http://resources1.news.com.au/images/2012/05/03/1226346/252565-big-brother-auditions.jpg
MORE than 1800 people warmed to the task of auditioning for Big Brother 2012 at the Adelaide Showground yesterday.

Many of the housemate hopefuls turned up in the wee hours for their shot at 15 minutes of fame.

grattan

grattan said on the 4th May, 2012

Whether you love me or hate me listen up for a sec...because this post means more than anything i've ever written.

NEXT MONTH marks a special milestone for me...A DECADE IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY.

A decade that has been a rocky solo ride filled with the stuff that broke most my peers into getting out of the game.

See I started real young I was that annoying absolutely horrible whippersnapper trying to be like all my idols & rap. For the record not everyone did it back then either.

I was so shit like everyone is at the start but stuck at it & gradually over the years every now & then I did some crazy things that got me close a few times to finally breaking out; from touring with huge acts, playing festivals, playing major national support gigs, opening shows to 4 people, being boo’d (not off cause I always finished that shit, to being cheered off, rocking house party freestyles with mates drunk as could be, rocking nightclubs, freestyle(never written) battling both losing & winning, being broke as fuck, meeting the who's who, recording in my bedroom, recording in award winning studios, having violet brown reach out to me, building an overseas friendship with bizarre from d12, being spun on Shade 45, selling a lot of iTunes/Amazon singles with I Love Porno(mostly to japan), being dumped by managers, helped anyone who asked me out or inboxed me for a contact or lyric help, suffered pretty randomly bad depression, lost a lot of mates, made more friends than I can remember, had a lot of sex for a support act haha, done & said some very dumb shit, spoken to but passed on by labels, an idea of where I was in the late teens could be summed up at playing the 3rd stage of summer break right before 360 in 2007, made money, lost money, put my boys on, had NOVA love for a bit, started Heatwave & genuinely meant & hope to make it work real well nationally, repped my area as much as I could, been used abused & spat out, getting producers asking to send me beats, had girls leave me while I stayed chasing this dream only to come back when I get close, supported before anyone else the beyond blue movement....shit when you look at it, while after a few years everyone eventually gave up or made it I've done a lot…. but haven't made it anywhere near where I want to be, or where you guys would consider me as "making it” yet.

Over the years it would drive you mentally insane if I told you the amount of times I've been told to give it up, let it go, get a real job you get the picture right? Well hell every time I show one group up or pass one level BAM the next level of hatred is right there & more vicious & connected than the last...it's like I'm still on a high from rocking the mic next to & getting co signed by Tech N9ne & someone's already trying to bring you down like it's nothing....well where I’m from it is.

Outside of my local hometown boys I’ve always been alone in this scene no matter what I do or who I help, hell I’ve gone above & beyond so many of them & they'll never acknowledge that. It’s been frustrating always having to prove myself in this scene cause I was born overseas, having an accent with Irish all up in me has meant I’ve had to make it on my own....I’m exactly what an indie artist is & I’ve developed some cult fans whom I love to death & with that I’ve developed some equally as vocal haters; not to mention I’ve felt the wrath of the media for a few slip ups....i’ve never sold out either, I’ve always written how my life is & always given my music away for free.

I’ve met some lovely people over the years as well; the down south boys while hard nuts are loyal & I love that area till the day I die (Daniel Bennett, Andrew Philp, Leroy Roydalz Reynolds, Koastal K Busbridge, Alex Williamson, John Jarred, Jake Tolsher & the list goes on). I've always been lucky to have a father & mother who actually supported me in following what essentially was a dream and still do.
I've also met some real good promoters such as Blake Highfi, Logan Chucky Dulien & the guy who gave me my first show ever Dale Tiver, these guys took the time to listen to me when no one else would & gave me some huge leg ups and that will never be forgotten. Then there is the overseas artists who I spent time with & learnt from shouts to Dirt Nasty, Tech N9ne, Bizarre(even though I’m still mad you missed aussie bro!), Dj Warrior, Obie & some more in the earlier years.
The crew around me now bleezy, jozef, pigsy etc. everyone knows who they are shit I just go out way to much & know to many people.

I guess I’m just giving an insight & reminding myself what I’ve been through since starting out so it’s time I signed out but before I do I’d like to thank & let anyone who has stuck with me over the years, supported & has given me the motivation to pull myself out of some big holes, i'm in the 20's & shit with the way I live life there is no accepting failure & I want to drop an album that would do you all proud.

#I go up, up & away
& I never gave a fuck on what they say
my dressing room is kinda small & tucked away
i'm quite happy being who it sucks ta be!
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gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 7th May, 2012



The problem is you either wouldn't make it through the audition process, or you'd be the first one kicked out - you'd get nominated by everyone in the house because you were making them all feel bad, and then you'd be voted by the ppl outside because you didn't get your gear off often enough. Or you did, but because noone in the house liked you you always get your gear off alone, and ppl found that a bit creepy.



Grattan, have you been going round saying you're an unbiased journalist again? If you keep this up you'll end up on Media Watch alongside Alan Jones and Tracey Grimshaw.

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 7th May, 2012

I’ve met some lovely people over the years as well; the down south boys while hard nuts are loyal & I love that area till the day I die (Daniel Bennett, Andrew Philp, Leroy Roydalz Reynolds, Koastal K Busbridge, Alex Williamson, John Jarred, Jake Tolsher & the list goes on). I've always been lucky to have a father & mother who actually supported me in following what essentially was a dream and still do.
I've also met some real good promoters such as Blake Highfi, Logan Chucky Dulien & the guy who gave me my first show ever Dale Tiver, these guys took the time to listen to me when no one else would & gave me some huge leg ups and that will never be forgotten. Then there is the overseas artists who I spent time with & learnt from shouts to Dirt Nasty, Tech N9ne, Bizarre(even though I’m still mad you missed aussie bro!), Dj Warrior, Obie & some more in the earlier years.
The crew around me now bleezy, jozef, pigsy etc. everyone knows who they are shit I just go out way to much & know to many people.


DOes anyone get the feeling that he has never met a single person who gave him their real name?

crob

crob said on the 8th May, 2012

would you give him your real name... I have a fake name i give out to people I don't want to see again

grattan

grattan said on the 13th Aug, 2012

Wonder if he made it in...

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 13th Aug, 2012

If he makes it in, then I wont have any awesome posts on FB from him :(

nos235

nos235 said on the 13th Aug, 2012

BB would be ++ better with a real Room 101