They have her back. After Big Brother Fans noticed that several season 24 Houseguests were targeting contestants. Taylor HaleFrom outside, other franchise alums have shown their support for her.
“The treatment of Taylor in #BB24 is a prime example of why The Cookout was formed,” season 23 winner Xavier Prather tweetedSunday, July 10 – referring to the all Black alliance that he helped to create last year. “Members of the black community (especially black women) and other people of color stand no chance in the Big Brother House due to perpetuation of micro-aggressions and unconscious biases which plague our society.”
The Challenge: USA contestant, 28, continued: “I acknowledge my shortcomings during my time on Big Brother and can’t help but feel partially responsible for some of the reprehensible behavior I see being exhibited by current houseguests who consider me one of their ‘favorites.’ For that, I’d like to apologize for being an accessory to any ongoing issues.”
Season 24 Big Brother This was premiered earlier this week Daniel DurstonThe first Head of Household (HOH), Taylor, was chosen. While the rest of the group fights for their safety before the first eviction, the HOH is named. Taylor, 27, has seemingly become a target for her many fellow contestants, who’ve criticized her and gossiped about her. Several of the show participants alleged that Taylor was aggressive and would “blow up” if she goes on the block. Later, the personal stylist was seen crying during a portion The Live feeds
Xavier isn’t the only Big Brother Michigan native gets support from alumnus
“This convo with Monte [Taylor]And Terrance [Higgins] has me FUMING,” Tiffany Mitchell, another member of season 23’s Cookout, wrote via Twitter. “Two black men gossiping and tearing down another black woman who actually did NOTHING to them. She was accused of condesending [sic] because she actually has a personality.”
Tiffany, 41, added: “I’m emotional today. … It’s difficult to express how I feel about our season because I am just now realizing that I’m hurt. I forgive you because you are my love and I know your intentions. [sic] not malicious and we are all learning.”
During season 23, The Cookout successfully brought all of its members to the Final 6 — and crowned the first-ever Black winner of the CBS competition.
“To be the winner of Big BrotherThis is already a great honor. To be a winner of Big Brother but now the first Black winner in BB U.S. history is an amazing feeling,” Xavier exclusively told Us Weekly September 2021. “I came in the season having my own personal reasons to win, but I also wanted to crown a Black winner for the culture. It was an honor to be that representative of the game and the Black community. It’s a great feeling and something I’ll never forget.”
Taylor, for her part went into the Big Brother She teased her gameplay to house this summer Use and noted that she “of course” watched Tiffany and Xavier’s season.
“That’s actually what got me into Big Brother,” the beauty queen told Use Prior to the Wednesday, July 6 premiere, she noted that she hopes to model her strategy. Danielle ReyesAnd Janelle Pierzina. “I’m really obsessed with women in this game who are just bold, brazen and just unafraid to go after what they want. … I like that they never sacrificed who they actually are and still played a fabulous game.”
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