Bullying. It’s been an issue in The Big Brother house this summer. Fans have seen some pretty nasty stuff this season but it hasn’t been enough for production to step in.
Julie Chen talked about its bullying issues on The Talk. The statement revealed that the show is not going to step in until they absolutely have to.
“I think there are summers in the past where the behavior has been worse. Part of the game is that we don’t interfere with what’s happening. Anyone who we feel like is getting bullied, they don’t necessarily feel like it; they’re just living Big Brother. If they’re in the Diary Room saying, ‘I can’t take it, this is abuse,’ that’s a different thing. No one has come forward and said that.”
Julie isn’t wrong; seasons like BB6, BB9 and BB15 (to name a few) had much nastier houseguests who said also said terrible, terrible things. Another example is during BB8 Evel Dick was no saint. He went out of his way to antagonize his houseguestst and he is one of the most popular HGs out there! (Yes, Evel wasn’t as bad as the BB19 cast but he was still considered a “bully”). Production didn’t step in during any of these seasons for “bullying”.
So do you think production should have stepped in this season? Or should production just let play out and wait for the houseguests to come forward?
Written by Andrea
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