Tensions arose early on day four at the Zhan Hu tribeâ<80><99>s camp. Self-appointed leader, Dave, bossed around his fellow castaways, who were hungry, forcing them to build a fire pit before eating rice. â<80><9c>We got the flint last night at Tribal Council, and we havenâ<80><99>t even attempted to make a fire, and weâ<80><99>re starving,â<80> Ashley explained. â<80><9c>It just seems like we take the longest route possible to make something happen. Iâ<80><99>m losing faith rapidly.â<80> Ashley urged Dave to get a fire started before the rain started to fall, but Dave refused, antagonizing Ashley. â<80><9c>How many fires have you lit, sweetheart?â<80> he asked her. â<80><9c>I donâ<80><99>t want to fight with Ashley. If she wants a fight I can give her a fight. The rest of the team is great. Ashleyâ<80>¦â<80> Dave secretly said, shaking his head. After her departure, Ashley left a few thoughts, including some wise words for the Zhan Hu tribe leader, Dave. â<80><9c>I think I got voted out because of a personal conflict with our leader, and Dave is going to show them the reason that he shouldnâ<80><99>t be in control. And I guarantee you Iâ<80><99>ll see him on the flip side way sooner than he imagines,â<80> Ashley warned. â<80><9c>Dave â<80>” if I had one word to describe him, heâ<80><99>d be a tool. Because that is the perfect word for him, heâ<80><99>s a tool.â<80>
We noted that Ashley was going to be cast off the show on the second week several weeks ago here on the site. That proved to be the case tonight.