The race for the #BBATheChase grand prize becomes clearer now and there are fewer options to choose who the likely winner would be and who might be up for eviction the next week or the week after the next. What is even more intriguing is that evictions have become painfully slow, hence one person gets booted out every week. This is almost as gruesome as chopping off a limb inch by inch slowly. As the housemates are chopped off and out of the BBA house, the survivors move closer. Eviction as this stage is usually more painful than dropping off at the start. Why? Africa only recognizes winners! Ask Uti, Keagan, Karen, Kevin and all the past Big Brother Africa winners.
Tonight Tanzanian Housemate Feza has become the 20th Housemate to be booted out of The Chase. She trails behind her housemate-lover Oneal who was thrown out last week; Oneza was the most talked about couple in Big Brother The Chase and Feza’s Eviction today, begs the question: “Is Africa against couples in The Chase?”
Up till today, Feza, Dillish and Cleo were up for eviction, however Dillish was able to scale through easily with most votes from Africa while Feza couldn’t.
Here’s how Africa voted:
Here’s who which country voted for:
South Africa: Cleo
Sierra Leone: Dillish
Rest of Africa: Dillish
Total: Dillish = 7, Cleo = 4, Feza = 4.
(Total: 15 Votes)
Please Note: The tie breaker rules were applied to Cleo and Feza as they each had four popularity votes. The housemate with the lower average percentage across all countries is Feza.