Tuesday, 30 July 2013

BBA update: Tanzania's Nando disqualified


Tanzania's BigBrother The Chase representative has been disqualified from the reality show.

Nando was served with his second and third strike by Bigbrother last night which led to his disqualification.

This season Big Brother has imposed a Three Strike Rule, which will be applicable to Housemates who commit serious infringements.

Nando recieved  his first Strike last month after he was found carrying a knife to the Channel O Party.

After a heated argument with Ghanaian housemate Elikem on Friday, Nando received his second Strike last night.

The Tanzanian was yesterday called into the Diary Room and given his third Strike for making threats against Elikem's life, saying: "I feel like stabbing him. A nigga like that deserves to die".
He was asked to leave the house immediately.
The Show's producers have released a press statement concerning the incident, here it is:
After breaking the rules relating to violence and provocation, tonight (Sunday July 28) saw Big Brother The Chase housemate Nando disqualified from the 91 day reality show. This season Big Brother has been issuing strikes to housemates for inappropriate behavior with three strikes resulting in disqualification from the game.
The 22-year-old from Tanzania was issued a first strike in week five of the show for carrying a knife to a Big Brother party. Following an altercation with fellow housemate Elikem late on Friday night, today Big Brother issued two more strikes against him – one for provocation and one for concealing a pair of scissors in his bed after the argument.
With three strikes, Big Brother tonight disqualified Nando from the game. For his part in Friday’s altercation, Elikem was also issued a strike by Big Brother, his first in the game.
Given that M-Net and show producers Endemol, are committed to ensuring the safety of all housemates in the Big Brother house, they view such incidents in a serious light and will continue to take the necessary actions against housemates who break the strict rules prohibiting violence in the Big Brother house.
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