Big Brother Contestant Breaks his Silence after Being Removed for using the N-Word


Big Brother contestant Luke Valentine has since broken his silence after being removed from the reality show after saying the ‘N-word’ while on live stream.

Taking to Instagram Stories, Valentine addressed his followers on Sunday (13 August).

Viewers, who had been captivated by the continuous coverage of the show’s participants, were left utterly astonished when the derogatory term was uttered by one of the house’s inhabitants. The incident occurred during a video clip that has since gained widespread circulation across various social media platforms. Luke Valentine, a white contestant residing within the house, can be observed engaged in conversation with a group of fellow participants – Jared Fields, Cory Wurtenberger, and Hisam Goueli.

In a recording dated Tuesday, August 7th, Valentine’s voice is distinctly heard amidst the exchange, as he articulates, “We were in the f**king (inaudible) room, n****.”

The gravity of his words swiftly dawns upon him, prompting a hasty correction wherein he replaces the offensive epithet with the more benign term ‘dude.’ To further underscore his regret, Valentine turns to one of his housemates, issuing a somewhat awkward yet apologetic statement: “I’m sorry,” he acknowledges while stifling an uncomfortable laugh.

Fields, who identifies as Black, later responds to Valentine’s utterance, expressing a somewhat laissez-faire attitude towards the matter. While he conveys a lack of deep concern, Fields notes that he could have inflicted a more potent sense of discomfort upon Valentine in response to his inappropriate language. “I don’t give a f**k,” Fields asserts, before musing on the missed opportunity for a more impactful confrontation, stating, “Yeah, right, I should’ve made you feel uncomfortable real quick, like, ‘Whoa, bro, what you just say?’”

Although Fields himself appeared relatively unaffected, the viewing audience resonated quite differently with the incident. As the echoes of the offensive word reverberated across screens, a multitude of social media users seized the opportunity to express their intense reactions. Among them were fervent calls for Valentine’s expulsion from the Big Brother house. A disgruntled fan advocated for decisive action, proclaiming, “Go ahead and replace him.” Another commenter fervently weighed in, asserting, “He gotta go.”

Criticism also extended to the show’s producers, who faced reproach for what was perceived as a delayed or inadequate response to Valentine’s offensive remarks. One outspoken observer expressed their disapproval, chiding the Big Brother production team, stating, “Shame on the Big Brother production team if they let the Luke incident go by without a single word said to him. Accountability is a MUST here.”

In the aftermath of the incident, Valentine posted the following video, in which he said:

“Hey, guys. Just letting you know, I’m alive, I’ve arrived and you gotta keep the flames stoked until next time. We can’t burn out, no, no, no, the fires of love will continue to burn, baby.

“So thank you for all the memes, thank you for all the support, the kind words.”

The ramifications of Luke Valentine’s choice of words have resounded across both the show’s environment and its audience, casting a stark light on the importance of responsible communication and the swift enforcement of ethical boundaries in the realm of reality television.


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