Feza phased out of The Chase

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Finally, Tanzania’s only hopeful in the Airtel-sponsored reality show, Big Brother The Chase, Feza was on Sunday shown the eviction door out of the dramatic Big Brother house just two weeks before the Grand finale!
Feza, who plainly affirmed her enemity for Cleo from the very first week, showed Africa throughout all her nomination sessions that her dream was to see Zambia’s beauty evicted.
For Feza, the name ‘Cleo’ became a house-hold name, which was always top of her nominations’ agenda mainly because she claimed Cleo would not be trusted and that she had a similar personality with her.
Taking a seat in the diary room to make a nomination, her lips would be set apart; a clear indication that she would start by nominating Cleo whose name requires lips apart and a smile to mention. It was so easy to read her lips.
“I am nominating Cleo, for obvious reasons,” became Feza’s weekly slogan in her entire journey of trying to create and perfect the art of toppling Cleo out of her way.
Unfortunately for the Tanzanian budding singer, fate had it that the ‘grave’ she worked tirelessly to dig and prepare for Cleo’s exit, tuned out to become her ‘final destination’ when IK announced her long awaited exit from the Chase.
IK put the last nail on Feza’s coffin as he said: “Feza… unfortunately your Chase ends here” sending the live eviction crowds into deafening screams of what sounded more of jubilation than shock.
Unfortunately, for the red-haired Tanzanian beauty, her dream had to end on Sunday night but shockingly even after she was evicted, she still had to mention that she wants to see Zambia’s Cleo out of the game and wishes that Angelo wins the US$300,000 life-changing cash.
Feza’s dance during the Channel O party was so extreme just as though she knew she was dancing her last night out in the Big Brother house.
It was Feza’s eviction that has excited most African fans who wanted her to follow her love interest, Oneal; just as correctly predicted in our last week’s edition but the major sigh of relief is among the Zambian fans.
Even the celebrated Zambia’s evicted housemate Sulu, is happy that his words have come to pass.
Sulu says Feza and Oneal were very good people in the house and strong contenders but trouble came when both of them fell into a love trap.
As for Cleo, Sulu says it is so delighting to see the Zambian girl survive storms of evictions for more than three times and is now headed for the finals.
“I think I told you that don’t underrate Cleo, she is a very smart girl and it would be so good if Zambia won the money … the money just has to come to Zambia,” says Sulu.
Religious follower of the Big Brother reality show Moses Mwape says it is good that the Zambian girl has one more week to prove her strength to Africa but really wants the West African contingent to leave the game.
“I don’t know why this guy from Ghana, Elikem and the two Nigerians, Beverly and Melvin, have continued to stay in the house. I can’t see any winning material in them,” he says.
Anyway, now that Cleo’s enemy number one is out, Zambia waits to see how far the Zambian diva will go.
Cleo and Feza each had four country votes with Delish getting a convincing six country votes and a tie breaking mechanism was used to separate the two beautiful rivals.
We had a chat with Feza yesterday and asked her why she always pushed her neighbour Cleo close to the eviction gallows and if she feels collaborating with Cleo musically outside the Big Brother wall would ever work looking at their House relationship.
Talking of music, Zimbabwe might be out of the now attention-grabbing Africa’s major reality show Big Brother Africa: The Chase but its presence was felt when Hip-hop sensation Tehn Diamond rocked the live eviction stage Sunday evoking the memories of the evicted queen of swag Pokello as he showcased his lyrical power!
The Harare-born lyrical landscaper, rapper, singer and songwriter who has won acclaim around the world for his powerful lyrics and soulful sounds.
Currently working on his debut album, The Perfect Tehn, Diamond first gave Africa a taste of his talent with his mixtape Student Of The Game: Higher Learning.
His second offering, Student Of The Game: Boys Will Be Boys coincided with the massive “Who Is Tehn Diamond?” campaign, which saw a massive increase in his Zimbabwean fan base.
The music bug bit properly while Tehn was studying towards a financial degree in Australia, he then spent two years touring Australia and Asia to hone his talents. He received radio airplay in the UK, New Zealand, Australian, Namibia, Zambia and in Zimbabwe.
In 2012, he collaborated with Chiwoniso Maraire, Ba Shupi, Junior Brown, MC Chita and Tumi & The Volume and headlined the Chimanimani Festival, performing to almost 10,000 people.
So far, in 2013, he has headlined the Harare International Festival of the Arts – and now takes his place on the Big Brother: The Chase stage for what would be described as an awesome performance. He was joined on stage by Jnr Brown and DJ Take Fizzo.
In Addition to there was a guest appearance by Big Brother Star-Game’s winner, Keagan Petersen.
South Africa’s Keagan shared his experience in the show, particularly the emotions that the current housemates may be feeling at this point in the game. Viewers were told also told how winning USD 300,000 has changed Keagan’s life as he said: “I celebrated yes, but I invested part of the money”
Now the game is on! Get involved and save your favorite housemate through voting. Each week voting opens immediately after Monday night’s nomination show and closes at 06:00 CAT on Sunday morning.
There are three ways to vote to keep your favourite housemate in Big Brother: The Chase – via web, SMS or mobile site. You can also win amazing prizes by voting in the process, like DStv HD PVR’s and DStv Walkas.
To vote via web go to http://www.bigbrotherafrica.com. Log in, click ‘Vote’ and then click the appropriate button for the housemate you’d like to keep in the house. You may vote once per hour on the website or again one per hour on the mobile site. To vote via SMS, send the word VOTE, followed by the name of the housemate you would like to keep in the game, to the number 414. This applies to all networks.
Stay tuned to DStv channels 197 and 198 for all the Big Brother: The Chase action 24/7, or catch the daily shows on AfricaMagic Entertainment at 20:00 CAT, Tuesday-Friday with highlights of the week on Saturday at 20:00 CAT