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If only IK Osakioduwa knew that his ‘harmless’ question to
Keagan would bring about a ‘love fiasco’, he would have thought twice.
“Keagan, if you were to go out with any housemate in the house, who will
it be?” IK called out. Keagan had no hesitations in his reply:
“Talia”.

Before long Keagan was coming to the aid of his eyeball when
Prezzo picked on her. Later, the once focused SA lad was in tears as he lay in
bed with Talia.


His object of love had refused to give him a kiss. Oh, Oh!
Before you could say Jack Robinson, the kissing was no longer an issue: it was
freely given and freely received. The jacuzzi, kitchen and bedroom had familiar
faces all through Thursday: Talia and Keagan.

Did anyone forget Angola’s Seydou, Talia’s first love on the
show? Keagan did, so did Talia – after some initial gra gra. Viewers had no
choice but wish them best of luck as they made plans to take their love stroy
outside the show. Take heart Seydou, easy come, easy go.

It’s nearly for
Jannette

Uganda’s Jannette was the victim of nearly is never enough.
The petite lass was evicted from the Show just ahead of the final week. Painful
and sad, fittingly described her exit. But she took it so well.
She had a meltdown from the moment she was announced as one
of the nominees for possible evictions. She overcame her meltdown and gave
viewers a taste of sassy entertainment. She made many doubters think twice of
her talents.

Her 1 country vote were no match to that of country mate
Kyle (6 countries), Prezzo (4 countries) Lady May (4 countries) and she was
thus evicted. Gracias senorita, your mom is definitely proud of you (without
the liquor troubles though).

Is Africa jealous of
South Africa?

If South Africa does not win the Big Brother Stargame
tomorrow (as expected by many non-SA fans), the perennial backlash from SA is
expected.

When Barbz, the SA leggy model was evicted, her countrymen
did not take it lightly. Of course, they believe that Keagan would win the
game. But Big Brother Africa is won by country votes, and that’s where the snag
lies.

Many African countries can’t stand the continuous insults
and disrespect they have received from some SA fans. So their only way to pay
back is to ensure that they work against an SA victory by not voting for them
at any point. Too bad?

Source: allAfrica

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