IT'S OFFICIAL: DKB & Zainab Disqualified From BBA Stargame

Monday, 04 June 2012 22:18 , Written by 

DKB and Zainab have been disqualified from StarGame for contravening the violence rule.

The Sierra Leonean model and Ghanaian comedian engaged in an argument in the afternoon which resulted in violence. The Big Brother rules state clearly that; Any Housemate who becomes physically violent will be removed from the House immediately. When Big Brother made the announcement, DKB was in the Diary Room while Zainab was curled in the Glass House.

Violence can refer to self-inflicted violence, or violence towards another. Violence includes provocation, goading, bullying and victimisation.

In addition, Big Brother refered Housemates to the following rule:

Housemates will be disqualified by Big Brother if they have broken any of the rules or undermined the world of Big Brother. In this event they cannot return and may be replaced.

Having reviewed the footage, Big Brother has come to the following decision:
“DKB – you have been disqualified from the game for contravening the violence rule. You must pack your bags immediately, and take them to Storeroom. You must say goodbye to your Housemates and then leave the house through the Storeroom. DKB, leave the Diary Room immediately, and pack your bags,” Big Brother said.

To Zainab, Big Brother said; “having reviewed the footage very carefully, Big Brother can come to no other conclusion than that your provocation of DKB contributed substantively to the incident. For this reason, Big Brother has concluded that you have also been disqualified. Once DKB has left the House, you too will pack your bags and take them to the storeroom. You will then say goodbye to your Housemates, and leave through the storeroom.”
Zainab, Big Brother will let you know when you can leave the Glass House and go upstairs to pack your bags.

This means that Sierra Leone is officially out of the game while Ghana is now dependent on Keitta.

 

Here is the video of the now infamous slap: 

 

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