There is supposed to be a celebration after the hunt, but it turns into a fiasco of greed.
Gbenye is arguing with Leah again over the animal she killed. When it comes time to divide the meat up among the tribe, Tata Ndu, Gbenye's father, cuts off a small part of the animal and throws it at Leah.
She gets angry, and throws it at Gbenye, hitting him square in the back as he's laughing with his friends.
Furious, Tata Ndu declares that this means "Tata Price" (4.6.6) (another insult calling Leah a man) has refused her family's share of meat.
Anatole ends up being guilty by association, and is told that the dirty hunk of meat now lying in the dirt is his share.
Not about to take any crap from Ndu, Anatole starts dragging away the two bushbucks he killed, but Tata Boanda fights him for it.
Chaos breaks out, and everyone has to fight for what they think is their fair share.