Fans and previous “Big Brother” competitors have spoken out against the abuse of Taylor Hale by other houseguests since the Season 24 launch of the CBS reality show.
Members of “The Cookout” alliance, the first all-Black alliance to reach the final six in Season 23, flocked to Twitter to express their displeasure with Paloma Aguilar and other houseguests’ comments made behind Hale’s back.
If she doesn’t get her way, Hale has been described as “aggressive,” and some have speculated about her temper tantrum. Several cast members have claimed that they didn’t like Hale the first time they saw her on the show’s live broadcasts.
He fretted that having “two Black folks on the block at the end of my week” would reflect poorly on him in a chat with Aguilar that was filmed on a live broadcast.
It was Paloma Aguilar’s response: “We need to put that behind and America needs to put that aside.”
In response to Durston’s remark that not everyone is watching the live broadcasts, she remarked, “It can be explained later.” This is a game we must play.”
This treatment is why the famed alliance was formed in the first place, according to Season 23 winner Xavier Prather in a lengthy tweet following the debut.
According to his essay, “Members of the African-American community (especially black women) and other people of color stand no chance in Big Brother House due to propagation of microaggression and unconscious biases which plague our society.”
The current houseguests who consider me one of their ‘favorites’ have shown some terrible behavior that I believe is at least in part due to my own failures on Big Brother. As a result, I’d like to take this opportunity to apologize for contributing to any existing problems.
Since then, I’ve made it a point to reflect on my behavior and educate myself so that I may better support others in need, as I’m doing for Taylor right now.
There’s no way I want any future Black or POC houseguests or other houseguests of color, for that matter to feel excluded from the Big Brother House just for existing. Adaptation is an absolute must!
Participant Azäh Awasum joined the discussion as well.
When I look at Taylor’s timeline, I see a few queries that indicate confusion about what she’s going through.”
Cookout Member Azäh Awasum Also Joined the Conversation
About prejudice or discrimination against those with dark skin, usually among members of the same ethnic or racial group,” she wrote about colorism.
. “For these very reasons, I made a conscious effort to ‘dial back’ in the house.”
This is something that all dark-skinned ladies worry about.
A section on colorism would be an excellent addition to the material already presented on the subject by CBS.
Taylor’s Light Will Shine Outside This House
”According to an unnamed producer on the show, Taylor Hale’s treatment was “very poor,” which was a shock to everyone involved.
A majority of the casting staff is composed of BIPOC individuals that go above and above to ensure the safety of the cast and crew.
Ten members of the BIPOC community make up the 16-strong cast this season. Microaggressions and sensitivity training were discussed with the houseguests, according to Variety, and everyone completed it at the beginning of the year.
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