Big Brother 19 spoilers reveal that a certain houseguest assaulted another houseguest in the hope of making him “snap out of it.” The fans couldn’t believe that this player was able to get away with slapping another across his face. Here’s how the whole thing went down on Thursday night’s live feeds.
TMZ shared a clip where Christmas Abbott was trying to cheer Josh Martinez up after Jason Dent’s emotional eviction. Josh was saying he felt bad about how upset Jason was and wasn’t prepared for Big Brother to get so vile. Paul Abrahamian strolls up to Josh and slaps him across the face and screams at him to “WAKE UP!! This Is Big Brother.”
Some of the BB19 fans expressed that Paul shouldn’t be allowed to slap Josh, whether in jest or not. Josh clearly didn’t have a problem with being assaulted, but does that make it right?
Several hours later, Josh had time to think about Jason’s eviction and Paul’s slap, and he concludes that he should consider targeting Paul next. Josh’s reasoning was simple – Paul is unpredictable. Is it possible that Josh was offended by the not-so-gentle slap and it came into play of his decision to target Paul?
It is possible that the slap could have turned Josh against Paul, at least partly, but not likely. With only five players left in the game, you start to see each person as a roadblock between you and the $500,000 grand prize.
While Josh feels bad that he’s planning Paul’s demise, Paul has already planned to target Josh next. It’s pretty clear to most BB19 that Paul wants to take Christmas and Kevin Schlehuber to the final three — two players he feels confident that he could beat no matter what.
The BB19 fans suggest, at the very least, Paul should have been pulled aside and talked to about his behavior. A few select viewers state that Paul was just joking and Josh deserved it for being such a cry baby. Do you think Paul had a right to slap some sense into Josh following Jason’s eviction? Do you think CBS should have talked to the BB19 vet? Stick with CDL for more Big Brother 19 spoilers, news, and live feed updates!