Entertainment Big Brother's Kaitlyn Says the N-Word on Live Feed

20:56  06 july  2018
20:56  06 july  2018 Source:   tvguide.com

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' Big Brother ’ contestant Kaitlyn Herman was caught saying the N - word during the live feeds on Thursday, July 5, just two days after CBS issued a warning to its cast – details. ‘ Big Brother ’ Contestant Kaitlyn Herman Says N - Word on Live Feeds After CBS Warning.

While the show’ s live feed was rolling, Kaitlyn Herman was hanging out with fellow Big Brother season 20 contestants Tyler Crispen and Scottie Salton and talking about a transition, when she blurted out the N - word while quoting Drake‘ s lyrics from “0 to 100”. Needless to say , the mood went from 0

a woman sitting on a bench© Kaitlyn Herman, Big Brother 20 | Photo Credits: Sonja Flemming, CBS

Big Brother's Kaitlyn Herman did go 0-100 real quick, just not in a good way.

On Thursday night, Kaitlyn -- who is white -- said the n-word on the live feed while quoting a Drake lyric, seen here via TMZ. Her thoughtless slip was made extra-dumb by the fact that the day before CBS had warned contestants that there would be consequences for "inappropriate behavior and offensive comments" after two earlier incidents of misbehavior in the house.

Kaitlyn, who is currently the Head of Household, was sitting on a couch Tuesday night talking about her responsibilities as HOH with fellow contestants Tyler Crispen and Scottie Salton. They started speaking in references to songs by the rapper Drake, and Kaitlyn said, obviously without thinking about what she was saying, "I did go zero to 100, n----, real quick," a reference to the song "0-100."

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Big Brother is not getting a break when it comes to bad behavior among its houseguests. Just one week after the premiere of the milestone 20th season of the CBS reality show, Kaitlyn Herman, the new Head of Household, said the N - word on the CBS live feed while quoting a song lyric.

‘ Big Brother ’ s Kaitlyn Herman was quoting Drake lyrics when she blurted out the N - word on the show’s live feed . Instead of apologizing right away, Kaitlyn just said “oops” before quickly singing other lyrics to the song. Tyler and Scottie tried to ignore the moment, like that’d even be possible, but

She immediately realized her mistake and said "oops," and continued to recite the lyrics to the song, as if to say "I'm not racist, I was quoting a rapper."

Kaitlyn's mishap comes after two offensive incidents with other contestants. On Monday, Angela Rummans and Rachel Swindler made racist comments while talking about their tans, with Rachel saying "my stomach is as dark as Bay's," in reference to contestant Bayleigh Dayton, who is black, and Angela saying that her own skin tone looked "ghetto." Then on Tuesday, JC Mounduix appeared to sexually harass other contestants by pretending to put an ice cream scooper to their private parts.

The back-to-back controversies prompted CBS to issue a statement of zero tolerance for future misbehavior. "Big Brother is a reality show about watching a group of people who have no privacy 24/7 -- and capturing every unfiltered moment and conversation in their lives," the statement read. "At times, the houseguests reveal prejudices and exhibit behavior that we do not condone. The producers have addressed two such incidents that were seen recently on the 24/7 online feed. In both cases, those involved have been warned about their inappropriate behavior and offensive comments, as well as future consequences. These events will not be part of any future Big Brother broadcast on CBS."

It remains to be seen what the consequences will be for Kaitlyn, but the scene will not make the broadcast version of the show.

Big Brother 20 airs Sundays and Wednesdays at 8/7c on and Thursdays at 9/8c on CBS.

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For more on Kaitlyn, watch below (via CBS)

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