PHOTO: Where did Prezzo get it wrong?

:::::::Angry Kenyan BBA fans vented their frustrations
on twitter and facebook after rapper Prezzo was
evicted from the House last night, in a tense
finale that saw South African contestant Keagan
announced as winner.
Hopes that had built to a crescendo when it was
just Prezzo and Keagan left in the Upville house,
but they were quickly dashed when the
musician was asked to leave.
Prezzo got two country votes compared to
Keagan’s whopping seven, which earned him a
grand prize of about Sh25 million.
But as the anger subsided several good-luck
wishes were relayed to the 4sho 4shizzy singer,
congratulating him for almost winning the show,
including from Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru
Kenyatta’s Presidential campaign team.
Congratulation to #Prezzo you’ve done
#TeamKenya proud despite coming second.
You have a bright future.
— Team Uhuru (@TeamUhuru) August 5, 2012
#Prezzo finishes second, but that was
awesome by any standards. Sasa arudi alete
action Kenya. @aytanzania @mwanafa
— James Tugee (@Awesome2G) August 5,
Big-up dawg @prezzo_mmg @johmakini
@judithheard @karenkazlucas
@marcochali @nairobivip am really proud of
#prezzo 4sho 4shizzy
— Alstar (@jeffjinakubwa) August 5, 2012
Mad proud of #Prezzo #BbaStargame
thanks for representing the 254!! Now time to
take opportunity and become a star!!
— Dj Protege (@DjProtegeKenya) August 5,
Where did it go wrong?
Former BBA contestant Sheila Kwamboka thinks
that Prezzo’s downfall may have been because
of conflict in the house.
“He made too many enemies, and that’s what
worked against him,” she told Capital Lifestyle.
“A lot of Africans genuinely liked him. He was
cool, and an entertainer, but was disliked
because of the fights he had in the house,
especially with Barbz from South Africa.”
Another former Kenyan contestant Nick
Wagondu meanwhile said that Prezzo played the
game well and Kenyans should accept the vote.
“It must be hard for him to have come so close
and then lose. There’s more to it than voting.
Maybe we’ll get it next year,” he said.
Prezzo did not walk away from the competition
empty-handed; he was given a big-boy scooter,
a PVR decoder and the title of Ambassador for
the ONE campaign against hunger.

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