You have your back. To Big Brother Fans noted that several season 24 houseguests had begun targeting contestants Taylor Haleother franchise graduates have shared their support for her from outside the home.
“Taylor’s treatment in #BB24 is a prime example of why The Cookout was formed,” Season 23 winner Xavier Prather tweeted on Sunday July 10, referring to the All-Black Alliance he was a part of last year. “Members of the black community (especially black women) and other people of color don’t stand a chance Big Brother House due to perpetuating microaggressions and unconscious biases that plague our society.”
That Challenge: United States The 28-year-old contestant continued: “I acknowledge my shortcomings during my time Big Brother and I can’t help but feel partly responsible for some of the reprehensible behaviors I see among current house guests who consider me one of their “favorites.” For that, I want to apologize for being an accomplice to ongoing issues.”
Season 24 of Big Brother Premiered earlier this week as Daniel Durston was appointed the first Head of Household (HOH) while the rest of the group fight for their own safety ahead of the first eviction. 27-year-old Taylor has apparently become the target of her many competitors, who have criticized and gossip about her. Several of the show’s attendees claimed Taylor was aggressive and would “explode” when she hits the block. The personal stylist was later seen crying during one part the live feeds.
Xavier is not the only one Big Brother alum to express his support for the Michigan native.
“This conversation with Monte [Taylor] and terrace [Higgins] makes me FURY” Tiffany Mitchellanother member of the Season 23 Cookout wrote via Twitter. “Two black men are gossiping and pulling down another black woman who actually did NOTHING to them. Accused her of being condescending [sic] because she actually has a personality.”
Tiffany, 41, added: “I am emotional today. … It’s difficult to express how I feel about our season because I’m only realizing now that I’m injured. I forgive you because I love you and I know where your intentions lie [sic] not malicious and we are all learning.”
During its 23rd season, The Cookout successfully got all of its members into the Final 6 — and crowned the first-ever black winner of the CBS competition.
“To be the winner Big Brother is a great honor. So, not just to be a winner Big Brother but now the first black winner in bb The US history is an amazing feeling,” said Xavier exclusively Us weekly in September 2021. “I came into the season with my personal reasons to win, but I also wanted to crown a black winner for culture. And to be that person, that representative for the game and the Black community, is great. It’s a great feeling and something I will never forget.”
Before Taylor went into the Big Brother House this summer, she teased her gameplay Us and noted that she “of course” watched the season of Tiffany and Xavier.
“That’s actually what made me do it Big Brother‘ said the beauty queen Us ahead of the premiere on Wednesday July 6th and notes that she hopes to base her strategy on that Danielle Reyes and Janelle Pierzina. “I’m really obsessed with women in this game who are just brave and outrageous and just not afraid to do what they want. … I like that they never sacrificed who they are and still played a fabulous game.”
Scroll below to see how it used to be Big Brother supported Taylor from outside the competition: