ZAMBIAN singer and former Big Brother Africa representative Mampi has highly doubted Cleo's chances of winning this year's Big Brother competition.
Mampi whose real names are Mirriam Mukape says the Zambian housemate has so far played her game very well but doubts if she can actually win.
"If it was based on behaviour and personality, definitely Cleo deserves to win because I think she has done well so far; there is no reason to hate her," Mampi said in an interview yesterday.
The singer accused the reality show organisers of rigging votes and favouring housemates from West African countries.
She said even Sulu's eviction was unfair because he had the same country votes as Ghanian housemate Elikem.
"The Big Brother guys will make sure the money goes to West Africa. Sulu's votes were rigged and it's not fair," Mampi stressed.
She has, however, urged Zambians to vote for the Zambian rapper and keep hoping for the best.
Mampi represented the country last year, along with Tamara and Talia.
Cleo escaped this Sunday's eviction and has automatically pulled through to the finale set for August 25.
After Monday's nomination session, which saw Elikem, Bimp and Dillish receive the highest nomination, Elikem as Head of House did not hesitate to save himself and put South African representative Angelo in his place.
Therefore, Ethiopian Bimp, Namibian Dillish and Angelo are up for possible eviction on Sunday, which is the last eviction before the finale.
It is possible that either one or two of the nominated housemates will be exiting the show.
Beverly, meanwhile has broken the record of being the only housemate who has never been nominated for possible eviction this season while Elikem also set a new record by being the first Ghanaian to reach the show's finale.
The winner of 'the chase' will walk away with US$300,000.
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