Why werenâ€™t Keagan and Junia disqualified?
After theÂ Maneta-RokiÂ saga where the two Zimbabweans contravened the Big Brother rules onÂ violence and later disqualified, unsatisfiedÂ fans and viewers have been saying that Biggie was unfair.
The critics argue that a similar saga that had happened a couple of weeks back in Downville where South Africaâ€™s Keagan and Junia poured liquids over each other did not go as far as expulsion.
This is the main question: Why werenâ€™tÂ the South Africans disqualifiedÂ for the same crime that sent Roki and Maneta packing?
Some viewers accuse Biggie of being unfair andÂ that he has made the whole show aÂ mess â€“an act of favouritism andÂ miscarriage of justice.
To any avid viewer and fan of the BigÂ Brother show with the same question, here is your answer.
When you compareÂ the beginning of the two scandals, they are almost similar but differ inÂ the end.
Maneta and Roki fought again after the counsellingÂ on anger management and ManetaÂ used cleaning liquid instead of water.
For Keagan and Junia theirÂ Part TwoÂ was a peaceful one. So, what you have to accept is that, both scandals were treated in the same manner but just the reactionÂ and response from the victims after counsellingÂ differed.
When Keagan and Junia had that same altercations, they were called by Biggie in the Diary room for some counselling and told of the consequences that would come from violence just likeÂ Roki and Maneta were told.
After the counselling, the beef between Keagan and Junia continued but none of them engaged in the act of violenceÂ and provocation again-implying that they had listened to Biggieâ€™s words and never wanted to disobey the rules but for the Roki-Maneta issue it was the opposite.
The Zimbabweans were called in the Diary room for some adviceÂ and the two were told and reminded of the consequences that resultÂ from violence because these twoÂ had already witnessed theÂ DKB-Zainab disqualification that escalated from violence.
Coming from the Diary room, we thought that theÂ two had got enough counselling from Biggie and expected that nothing stupid could come from them but instead it was the opposite.
As Maneta was upstairs in the bedroom trying to emphasize herÂ deadly dayÂ â€˜as she called itâ€™ by putting on black make up, Roki came in with a bottle of water, poured it over Manetaâ€™s head and spread onto her bed too.
With this act from Roki, some Maneta fans were asking:Â â€œIf it was Roki that started part two of the fight, why was Maneta disqualified with him?â€
At this moment, Maneta had a big role to play for her stay in the house had she resisted revenge. However, she could not swallow her pride. She fought back.
Maneta left theÂ bedroom straight up to the Kitchen where she found the cleaning liquid and angrily poured it intoÂ Rokiâ€™s eyes. The penalty for this violence wasÂ toÂ disqualify the two â€“and so did Biggie.
By continuing with their fight justÂ a few seconds after the counselling, the Zimbabwean couple had no respect to Biggie and it clearly portrayed that
they were not to disobey the rules.â€”BigbrotherAfrica.com