The 20th evicted Big Brother Africa The Chase housemate Feza has confirmed she wrote a love note to Oneal on the night of his eviction.
Feza, who was crying after Oneal was evicted, wrote a quick note to the Botswana dude, and asked Elikem who was head of house to take the note into the diary room and place it in Oneal’s bags.
“I actually can’t remember. I think I said I loved him and I think I said that God has bigger plans for us and see you soon,” said the Tanzanian in a telephone interview yesterday from South Africa.
She said that Oneal was actually picking her up (on Tuesday) and she was eagerly waiting for him.
“He is picking me up, I am excited and after that we will know what’s up? The sooner the better,” she said.
The couple was fondly called Oneza by BBA viewers and are poised to be one of the couples that will take their BBA relationship further.
Of her stay in the BBA house, Feza said she was proud of her performance and had no regrets.
“I am happy, I am a bit disappointed but I am okey. From BBA I learnt how to be patient and I have learnt that I am actually a good leader,” she says.
Feza believes the BBA stint will give her a larger platform as a recording artist whose first single Amani Ya Moyo was released in March this year. Her release has over 3 000 views on You Tube.
“I started recording around 2010-2011. I recorded before that when I was younger, but it is something that never came out. It has been a long time coming. My first release was in March this year,” she said.
She explained that she is currently working on an album which was almost complete before she left for the BBA stint and it will have to change.
“I need to update it now as things have changed. There are collabos that I want to pick-up now from connections I have made, and I will have new producers that I want to work with, so I really need to change the songs. I thought I would release this album by the end of this year but I really can’t say,” she said.
Adding that her next step is getting her music to a world platform, “I want to get my music out there, to Africa and the world.”
The recording artist is from Arusha, Tanzania, and has a certificate in information technology.