Big Brother 15 is over and in all honesty, it was one of the worst shows ever on reality TV. The racial and homophobic comments, death threats and talk about child pornography were nothing less than disgusting and shocking. Aaryn Gries, GinaMarie Zimmerman and Spencer Clawson said some pretty horrible things, but nothing compares to what Amanda Zuckerman has done and said in the Big Brother house, yet she has had hardly had to answer for it.
How can people forget the filth that she spewed out of her mouth and not ask her about it? Julie Chen did not put Amanda on the spot.
But what about the rest of America? Amanda should be called out for all the nasty things that she has said. In a recent interview when asked about her game play, she said she did what she did because she is a “strong woman playing a strong game“… is she serious? If you don’t know what she has done, or have forgotten, let us remind you about some of it.
This is what Amanda said to and about Candice: “F*cking Candice, all day today I wanna just f*cking kill her.” “You’ve been a b*tch c*nt face this entire time. … B*tch, you wore my f*cking headband …and put it on her greasy-ass nappy hair head.” “You’re f*cking ugly and you’re fat…go f*ck yourself, you f*cking ugly b*tch.” “I want to harpoon her…I want to kill Candice. I want to f*cking sharpen one of those butter knives.”
Amanda bragged about having unprotected sex with fellow house guest McCrae Olson the whole time they were in the house together.
Aaryn jokingly told the house guests that Elissa Slater had a crush on Judd Daugherty because she missed him when he got evicted. So Amanda tried to ruin Elissa’s marriage back home when she started telling everyone that Elissa had a secret plan to go on the show to leave her husband. Amanda also taunted Elissa for an entire day like a psycho bitch saying things like, “You are such a f*** b*tch .. what is wrong with you.. you can take your perma smile with your F*** joker face and shove it up your nasty ass”.
If someone you knew were to speak to anyone in the school or workplace like this, would that person not have to answer for their behavior? Exactly, then why is Amanda getting away with it and all the other house guests are having to answer for their bad behavior?
If I was in an interview with Amanda, I would not ask her about her delusions about being a “strong woman,” I would ask her the question that is on every decent person’s mind…”why do you think you should get away with being a racist and homophobic bully”?