Big Brother Contestant Kicked Off Show For Using N-Word

Usually on the long-standing reality show "Big Brother" you're forced out of the house by majority vote, but for one contestant, a casual slip of a racial slur just got him the bootsky. 

"Big Brother 25" contestant Luke Valentine was booted out of the house recently for casually throwing the N-word into a chat with fellow housemates.

According to CBS and the reality show's big shots, "Luke violated the BIG BROTHER code of conduct and there is zero tolerance in the house for using a racial slur. He has been removed from the house."

From People: 

Valentine's removal came after he was caught using the N-word during a conversation on Paramount+'s live feeds.

The moment — which was captured by a user on X (formerly known as Twitter) — showed Valentine chatting with fellow contestants Jared Fields, Cory Wurtenberger and Hisam Goueli. After making the racist slur, he laughed and attempted to correct himself with the word “dude” instead.

Following the moment, fans and viewers instantly went on social media to call for Valentine's removal.

"Production should remove Luke. Set an example. Show current and future players that language like that will not be tolerated,” tweeted Andy Herren, who won Big Brother in season 15. “Hoping they actually do the right thing and address Luke’s comment. The way it so casually came out of his mouth is really upsetting."

Big Brother season 21 competitor Kat Dunn wrote, "Big Brother needs to expel Luke, it’s just how it is. At this point, keeping him in the house would be a slap in the face to every person who has stood up for or tried to change the racist allegations that the show has experienced in the past. We’ve come too far for some random dude to come in and ruin it week 1. #BB25"


This guy actually enrolled in a show called "Big Brother," fully aware he'd be on camera and mic 24/7, and still he let slip the one word that can get you canceled in a heartbeat.

What a dummy.

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