Alex Biney, the only remaining Ghanaian representative in the on-going Big Brother Africa (Amplified) reality show has been evicted Sunday.
In what was the most interesting eviction show since the show began last month, May 1, Alex was evicted together with two of his wives, Miss P and Weza – the highest number of housemates to be evicted at a go this season.
During Sunday night’s live eviction show, Alex’s closest wife, Miss P was the first to say good bye to the show – earning a love kiss from Alex.
Miss P was in competition with fellow housemates, Weza and Millicent for Alex’s heart in what will definitely go into the show’s history books as the ‘fiercely’ contested ‘I want your heart’ affair since the Big Brother Africa show began in 2003.
With the girls declaring their affection for the Ghanaian housemate, Alex the Ladies Man, it was up to him to play his cards right, but he screwed up – leading to Sunday’s eviction.
Weza’s eviction proved to be an unexpected one as her colleagues were hit with a huge surprise when IK, host of the show, mentioned her name as the third housemate to be evicted.
|Miss P, Alex and Weza on stage after their eviction Sunday|
Another first was Nigerian housemate, Karen, Head of House, deciding not to save herself but to face eviction – This is the first time a housemate is deciding to put him/herself on the chopping board.
As per the votes, Karen had 8 votes, the highest number of country votes this week. She had votes from Nigeria, Namibia, Mozambique, Angola, Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa and the Rest of Africa.
Karen was followed by Sharon O who had 3 country votes – votes from Uganda, Kenya and Malawi. Weza on the other hand had 2 country votes from Tanzania and Ethiopia.
Alex and Miss P had one country vote each. They got votes from Ghana and Botswana respectively.
Alex is leaving the reality show as Ghana’s best performance after staying in the Big Brother House for 70 days, becoming Head of House and coming up for eviction twice – the first of which he saved himself.
With about 20 more days to go, half (13) of the housemates have been evicted so far.