Hakeem up for eviction

HARARE - Matters of the heart could turn out to be the Achilles’ heel of Zimbabwe hunk Hakeem Mandaza in the Big Brother house.

Hakeem is up for eviction following his nomination by four female housemates with speculation rife that his growing attachment to Zambian Ruby housemate Cleo is the cause of his troubles.

The big Zimbabwean was nominated by Motamma (Botswana), Fatima (Malawi), Dillish (Namibia), and Feza (Tanzania).

It is not surprising that scorned Namibia beauty Dillish is among those who voted against Hakeem.

The Zimbabwean began his stint in the reality show in the Ruby house before being selected by head of house Feza (Tanzania) together with Melvin (Nigeria) to move to the Diamonds house.

Upon arrival in the Diamonds house, Hakeem passionately kissed Dillish even though he later insisted that he remained keen on Cleo. He even sang that the Diamond girls were tempting him into betraying Cleo.

It now appears that rubbed the Diamonds women the wrong way.

The four nominations appear to be the ladies’ way of making Hakeem pay for despising them.

Hakeem was virtually unknown in Zimbabwe before he made it into the BBA. On his profile he is described as a model who entered Big Brother because he is a huge fan of the show.

“I like the idea of taking simple and exceptionally talented people like me and thrusting them into stardom,” he is quoted as saying.

“Also, I’m a model and aspiring actor seeking bigger opportunities”.

Meanwhile in the Ruby house, Biguesas (Angola) is up for eviction having been nominated by seven housemates including Zimbabwean housemate Pokello.

The controversial Zimbabwean socialite and fashion icon justified her nomination of the big Angolan.

She said Biguesas was not a game player adding that the Angolan only became animated when there was alcohol. - Entertainment Writer

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