‘Big Brother’ Evicted Houseguest Blames Racist Remarks on Being Texan

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Live Eviction #1

Okay, so here’s a confession for you guys. I am a huge Big Brother fan. I watch the show every week. I tune into Big Brother After Dark every night. I follow the blogs that keep people updated on what’s happening on the live feeds. I’ve been a fan for a few years now. Except this year, the people living in that house are completely different from anything I have ever seen.

These people are probably the most vile, disgusting, and offensive group of human beings to ever be on a reality TV series. Here’s a supercut of all of the houseguest saying absolutely outrageous things here! Careful when watching that video, you’ll lose your faith in humanity. Now, most of the people in the house that do say absolutely horrible things are still in the house–until this week that is.

On Thursday’s live eviction episode, the house voted out blonde Barbie doll, Aaryn Gries from the Big Brother house. Did I forget to mention that Aaryn is one of the worst culprits of racist and homophobic remarks? She said terrible things about Candice, an African-American woman, Helen, an Asian-American woman, and Andy, a gay man. For example, when speaking of Candice, she said, “Be careful what you say in the dark. You might not be able to see the bitch.” Very nice, Aaryn.

After she was evicted from the house, she was met by a group of very annoyed studio audience members who BOOED her when she walked out, and laughed in her face as she tried to claim that she didn’t remember saying any racist things.

I felt super uncomfortable watching her interview with Julie Chen as Julie read back things that Aaryn had said in the house. Aaryn kind of just sat there, totally shocked and embarrassed and basically on the verge of tears as she tried to apologize and explain that what she said was taken out of context.

She explained, “In Texas, we say things. Sometimes we joke and we don’t mean it. I feel how bad it is being seen and how I’ve come across to people. I don’t want to seem like that person.”

Oh Aaryn, wait until you get out of the jury house, find out you lost your job, and then take a gander on the Internet. The tapes don’t lie–you are that person.

Check out the video of her awkward interview and lame explanation of her behavior below!

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