Big Brother fans and contestants know they always need to expect the unexpected. Now Aaryn Gries has given new meaning to the motto after she shocked viewers and houseguests with her racist and homophobic rants. In response, CBS decided to air video on the July 7 episode of the other contestants' behind-the-scenes reactions.
As OKMagazine.com reported, in the first week of play Aaryn called one co-star a "queer," sniped that an Asian-American contestant should just "shut up and go and make some rice" and warned others to "be careful what you say in the dark, you might not be able to see that bitch" in reference to an African-American cast member.
- 'Big Brother' Season 23 Housemate Christie Valdiserri Tests Positive for COVID-19, Replaced by Claire Rehfuss
- 'Best Thing I've Ever Done': 'Big Brother' Alum Eric Stein Marries Marissa Nardi In Beautiful NYC Ceremony
- A Big Mess! 'Big Brother' Winner Mike 'Boogie' Malin Found Guilty of Felony Stalking Costar Dr. Will Kirby
CBS released a statement condemning the 22-year-old Texan college student's hateful words, and they've let everyone know that the contestants locked away with her aren't exactly thrilled either.
"Does she not know we're on TV and you shouldn't say stuff like that?" asked cast member Judd Daughtery.
"I'd say on top of Aaryn being a raging bitch, she's very naive and sheltered," sniped contestant Amanda Zuckerman. "She makes comments that are completely inappropriate where she makes fun of other people for what they look like and their ethnicity. I think it's going to hurt her a lot in the game and outside the game."
See what else Aaryn's co-stars had to say about her comments in the above video.