Big Brother 21: Kemi Fakunle’s best moves

Kemi Faknule, houseguest on the CBS series BIG BROTHER, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Kemi Faknule, houseguest on the CBS series BIG BROTHER, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved /
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Now that Big Brother until next year, it’s time to take a look back at the season that was. Now, we are reflecting on the cast of Big Brother 21’s best game moves. The third person we will look at is Kemi Fakunle.

Kemi Fakunle’s time in the Big Brother 21 house was marred by racism and hate. Numerous violent and racist comments were directed at her by her fellow housemates behind her back. The most notable of these comments came from Jack Matthews who was confronted with his words upon his eviction.

Kemi started off the game in a weak position. She was banished by Camp Director Jackson Michie on Day 1 but returned to the house. Despite being on the outside of the big alliance, Kemi remained safe in week 1.

In week 2, she was nominated for eviction by her nemesis Jack Matthews. Sam Smith won the Power of Veto and chose not use it. Kemi was then sent to Camp Comeback in a 10-1 vote. Kemi’s lone vote to stay came from Michie, who had cast a rogue vote with the intention of pinning it on Nick Maccarone.

During her time in Camp Comeback, she got into an argument with Jack over her putting her shaker bottle in the fridge. This continued a pattern of poor behavior from Jack. Kemi ultimately lost the Camp Comeback Competition on Day 30 and was evicted for good.

Kemi Fakunle’s best game moves in Big Brother 21

Kemi’s best moves in the game were trying to get the outsiders to realize they were outsiders and painting a massive target on Isabella “Bella” Wang’s back.

After Nicole Anthony told Kemi about Bella having started the Black Widows and Bella’s final 3 with Jack and Michie. This caused Michie to distrust Bella and painted a massive target on Bella’s back. As a result, Michie ended up casting a rogue vote with the intention of pinning it on Bella’s showmance, Nick Maccarone.

However, Nick won HOH the following week and Michie pinned it on Nicole instead. The newly formed Six Shooters alliance (Jack, Michie, Christie Murphy, Tommy Bracco, Analyse Talavera, and Holly Allen) blindsided Nick and Bella by evicting Cliff Hogg III.

The following week, Christie made a deal with Cliff that Bella would be named the replacement nominee instead of her. Bella was then evicted 8-2 vote. All of this happened courtesy of Kemi’s information.

Early on in the game, the outsiders seemed really unaware of what was going on around them. Kemi tried her best to change that. One example of this is when Kemi heard Isabella “Bella” Wang talking about Christie overhearing Cliff’s strategy talk with the cameras, she went and told Nicole. Nicole then told Cliff about what happened. Through Kemi, Nicole and Cliff realized they had become targets that week.

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What do you think Kemi’s best game moves were if she had any? Comment below!