Butterphly off to a poor start

HARARE - Zimbabwe's Big Brother Hotshot representative — Butterphly — has every reason to have butterflies in the stomach.

The Hararian had the worst possible start to her journey in the Big Brother Hotshots which kicked-off on Sunday.

Butterphly got 44,4 percent from the audience vote following a task in which all housemates showcased a talent.

She showcased her talent of rapping, which clearly did not impress the audience.

And given Sunday’s reaction, her stay in the vaunted show could be short- lived if she is nominated for eviction.

All housemates except head of house, Tanzania’s Laveda are nominated for possible eviction on Sunday.

Butterphly came to the stage with her game face on, but failed to secure the audience’s approval.

Judging from the audience’s reaction, Butterphly might get evicted on Sunday if she does not receive enough votes to save her.

It is up to Africa, and especially Zimbabwe, to vote and save her if she is nominated for eviction.

The Power FM DJ will have to pull up her socks in terms of impressing the audience as they have the biggest say on the housemates’ stay in the house.

Another Zimbabwean representative, JJ was in the top six and seems to have hit it off well with audiences.

This year’s show is different as well as it is only 63 days, unlike others which were 90.

This change occurred after fire gutted the original Big Brother house.

Some 13 African countries are participating. These include Rwanda, Malawi, Nigeria, Mozambique, Kenya, South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Uganda.

The audience’s votes were as follows, Laveda 85 percent, Sabina 78,3 percent, Arthur 77,5 percent, JJ 72,6 percent, M’am Bea 72,5 percent and Lilian 69,4 percent, Permithias 68,3 percent, Frankie 64,3 percent, Idris 64,3 percent, Goitse 64,2 percent, Alusa 61 percent, Samantha 61 percent, Resa 60,1 percent, Sipe 59,4 percent, Sheillah 59,3 percent, Macky2 59,1 percent, Tayo 58,6 percent, Nhlanhla 58,5 percent, Luis 58,3 percent, Ellah 54,6 percent, Kacey Moore 52 percent, Mira 47,8 percent, Mr 265 45,9 percent, Esther 45,4 persent and Trezagah 45,3 percent.

Comments (3)

butterfly should cheer up a bit and stop sidelining herself most of the times. besides that we behind you girl and JJ too

tatenda hwara - 8 October 2014

have followed zim ent for a long time when i was in zimbabwe bt i had never heard of jj , they wll have to fight and make an impression coz even me i wasnt impressd by tariro

tina - 10 October 2014

butterfly now safe until nxt week

BLA Colly - 13 October 2014

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