Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Peace Jolis: I am pleased with my performance at Tusker Project Fame

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Peace Jolis (right) with Alpha Rwirangira in their collabo song titled “Beautiful”

Rwanda’s second evictee at this year’s Tusker Project Fame, Peace Jolis, has said that he’s not disappointed at his performance despite being eliminated at the show’s first gala night, insisting that he pulled out his best during the one hour show.

Peace was controversially sent home among other four contestants but says that it has not stopped him from doing all he can to continue with his music career.

After his dismissal, several fans took to social websites protesting his elimination, but their complaints fell on deaf ears as the decision had already been made. Speaking after his return to the country, Peace said that he was happy he had been accorded his due recognition and lavished praise on the organizers of the reality TV show.

He said: “I want to thank everyone who stood by me during my stay in the academy. It was worthwhile and I want you to know that I appreciate your support.”

Commenting about his elimination, Peace talked of how he was outdone by his fellow contestants, but added that he did his best to outshine them.

 “That is how all competitions go. You want to give it your best but sometimes there’s someone out there who will come and do better than you. I don’t hold any regrets at my elimination at all. I want to thank the organizers of TPF for the way they treated me. When you are in the academy they treat you like a very, very special person; a star if you know what I mean.”

Peace becomes the second Rwandan evictee after Elion Victory’s journey came to an abrupt end in the preliminaries, but despite the former’s early exit from TPF, he continues to enjoy a relatively successful and satisfying fan base back at home.

Peace has featured alongside Rwanda’s Alpha Rwirangira, TPF season three winner, in a collabo titled Beautiful.

With Peace’s eviction, now only two representatives, namely Nyamitali Patrick and Phionah, will hope to spare the country’s blushes as they advanced to the next round, after escaping the first round of probation on the night of Sunday October 20.

Peace Jolis: I am pleased with my performance at Tusker Project Fame


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