LALAPANZI, Zimbabwe - The producers for the Zimbabwean version of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here which only aired one show are still in shock.
The ten Zimbabwean celebrities were flown into the lost jungle known as The Great Fufamusa Yum Yum Jungle. Apparently the shows producers did not know that Fufamusa is an ancient Zimbabwean name for people-eating natives.
After the first show aired, the ten celebrities were preparing to shoot scenes for the second installment. But the night before the shooting for the second episode began something horrible happened.
The camp contestants were attacked by tribesmen from the fierce Googagian tribe. These natives are the only known cannibals still in existence in the world today. The Googagians do not eat vegetables, fruits, or any type of jungle delicacies.
The Googagians are 100 percent meat eaters. And it is sad that the producers of the show did not bother to Google this tribe, or at least go into Wikipedia and check them out before they put ten Zimbabwean celebrities in harm's way.
The producers of the Zimbabwean version of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here expressed their deepest regrets to the celebrity family members.
They said that had they known about the Googagian cannibals they would have arranged to have flown in hundreds of pounds of hamburger meat, wieners, sausage, and pork chops.
The shows executive producer Kadini Zangtofu has promised that from now on the shows executives will make doubly sure that they will not be placing their celebrities in a place where they could face such dire consequences as the late group of Zimbabwean celebrities unfortunately faced.
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