It seems that Big Brother is going ahead with eviction this Sunday in spite of the disqualification of Zimbabwe’s Roki and Maneta on Tuesday. Many viewers have wondered whether Big Brother would cancel eviction for the week just as it happened in the week that DKB and Zainab were disqualified. However the voting options on the Big Brother website now shows only Keitta and Barbs are up for eviction; Manetta’s name has been removed since she was disqualified. Roki and Maneta were booted out of StarGame after the two engaged in a physical confrontation earlier in the day.”No! Biggie no!” was all Keitta could say after Biggie delivered the verdict while Goldie wailed like a village woman at a funeral. Even Lady May and Prezzo shed a tear or two. All this while, Roki tried calming down his Housemates as he made his way to pack up his belongings chanting words of wisdom. Maneta on the other hand was still confined in the Diary Room. Biggie stated that; “Maneta and Roki – you have both contravened the Provocation rule – repeatedly. Roki you intentionally provoked Maneta by pouring water over her head. Maneta, you then threw cleaning fluid in Roki’s face. Maneta, you also threatened to stab Roki. This after you had both thrown fluids over each other earlier in the day. Big Brother asked you both to show restraint – and neither of you did. As you are both no doubt aware, you have left Big Brother with absolutely no choice. In terms of the House Rules you have both been disqualified from the game.” This season saw the ‘anti-violence’ rule expanded to include any Housemate whose provocative behavior contributed substantially to creating a hostile and aggressive environment in which violence is the result. M-Net and series producers Endemol consider the rules regarding physical violence among the most important in the House and are committed to enforcing the immediate disqualification of any Housemate/s who break these. Roki and Maneta will be provided with psychological and medical treatment and counseling to assist them with conflict and anger management.]]>
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