It is the war of nerves between the candidates of “Koh-Lanta: the legend”. At the end of the episode broadcast Tuesday on TF1, Clémentine emptied her bag before leaving the adventure, eliminated on the island of the banished just before reunification. Faced with Ugo and Clémence, his comrades in misfortune, but especially Laurent and Phil, the ambassadors, the Savoyard charged Coumba, accusing him of having made him wear the hat of the alliance between girls.
I cannot be responsible for the choices of others
“Coumba put together the mayonnaise, ‘the girls’ alliance, we are all going together, we are bringing five girls to orientation’. We were all like ‘Ok Coumba, you’re right, we’re all going together’. And it didn’t turn out like that at all. And Coumba was the first to join forces with Claude”, She explained, mad with rage.
The main interested party has obviously not digested these criticisms since in a story, posted Wednesday on Instagram, the ex-stewardess of Val-de-Marne expressed her disappointment: “I fell from the Eiffel Tower “, she writes. “Should I take responsibility for a strategy that has not worked? The answer is yes, because I started it. But I cannot be responsible for the choices of others.”.
Coumba is not entirely wrong since she is not the only one to have voted against Candice, Clémentine then Clémence during the previous episodes. Other candidates like Christelle, Alexandra and Alix, for example, shattered the alliance established between the girls when the adventurers were divided between mixed teams.
Questioned by LCI after her elimination this week, Clémentine visibly became aware of it. “What happened is that the boys were very strong and they managed to turn the brains of some of them”, she explained to us. “The proof: we jump one after the other!”.
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