Adorable, adorable Kaz, always stylish, has this infectious, confident and energetic cuteness. Plus, she’s ridiculously good at an argument.
Unfortunately, many of the Series 7 men were blind. Kaz spent her first few days with an indifferent Toby (who we’ll be back to, don’t worry), then she went on dates with the A + Teddy and the Too Bad to discuss Danny, which didn’t work out. both. except the couple of friends ace of Kaz and Aaron. Then Tyler walked in, the charm, extroversion, and beauty went straight to Kaz, and she was smitten. Although, very quickly, Tyler forgot that she existed at Casa Amor, which was the catalyst for Kaz to partner with Matthew. In the process, Kaz calmly, clearly, concise, and extremely cleverly shredded Tyler to shreds.
But they gravitated towards each other again. Within weeks, Tyler asked Kaz to be exclusive as a tribute to Love Really because Kaz loves the roma. The couple came in fourth place, but they should have come at least in third place. At least. Kaz was astute, fun, wise, empathetic, suave, and an exceptionally first-rate friend, especially to Liberty. Their perfect friendship was the best relationship in the Seven Thousand Kilometer series.
If you think Kaz’s treatment, including how she and Tyler placed fourth as the first all-black couple in a final, has nothing to do with racism, look inside and see. how wrong you are. Island of love is not good for black women, especially black women with dark skin. Kaz had to swim upstream in a system designed to eliminate him from the show. She’s not on this list because of that, she’s here because of her flawless personality and (a bit) of her drama, but the role racism played in Kaz’s experience cannot be ignored.
During all the fights, with the serpents and the inferior men vying for the superior women, Kaz was waging a much more stupendous war, a war she had not fought for.
In the end, Kaz killed the lawless, frigid and still reigning goliath: Island of love.