Live feeds from inside the Big Brother 18 house early Sunday morning gave viewers a front row seat to agitation, confrontation, and allegations swirling around houseguests. As several cast members decided to call one another out on their behavior in the game, Bridgette chose to confront Zakiyah about some of their interactions in the house.
Around 5 a.m. Big Brother 18 house time, as previously reported by the Inquisitr, Paul and Frank were well into a heated conversation that seemed to go nowhere. Paul was upset with Frank, arguing he could not trust the man, and aggressively approached him.
According to Joker’s Updates, Frank and Bridgette are on the chopping block for eviction this week, nominated by current Big Brother 18 Head of Household (HOH) James. Michelle won the Power of Veto (POV), and Frank, like any other nominated cast member trying to save himself, attempted to sway her to use the power to save him from being evicted. It appeared, however, that Paul became very angry over Frank and his campaigning, and that started the whole brouhaha in motion.
As this was occurring, Bridgette took the opportunity to address issues with Zakiyah in the kitchen, by saying on live feeds she [Bridgette] is on the block because people dislike her for no reason. Bridgette further told Zakiyah she feels bullied when she is in a room and everyone leaves simply because of her presence.
At one point in the discussion, Zakiyah did admit that she may have walked out of rooms when Tiffany was present, but never intentionally did so regarding Bridgette.
Zakiyah could be heard saying on Big Brother 18 live feeds that she doesn’t “have beef” with Bridgette and doesn’t know who is bullying her. She could be heard asserting, “I don’t bully, Bridgette… Bullying is sitting there harassing somebody, being mean, getting in their face,” and talking a bunch of garbage. Zakiyah added, “I don’t do the bully thing… I’ve been bullied before.”
Then, Zakiyah turned the argument around on Bridgette saying she could be accused of being mean to others as well. Bridgette asked what she was talking about and Zakiyah noted she heard Bridgette had purposely dropped a ring, saying “oops,” and asking whose it was, knowing full well it was Da’Vonne’s. Zakiyah called Bridgette’s behavior “catty” and “little girl stuff.”
Bridgette asserted people are making things up about her and she feels like she’s being ignored by everyone. Zakiyah said she didn’t think the two women had an issue, but Bridgette stated she is feeling very isolated.
On live feeds Bridgette noted during the conversation she would “love to get along with you girls, but you make it hard.” Zakiayah said she had tried to talk to Bridgette, but many times got no response. According to Online Big Brother, Bridgette said she knows what others are saying about her.
Zakiyah said she has heard that some people have called her [Zakiyah] stupid, and Bridgette denied ever saying anything of the sort. Bridgette stated, “I’ve never called you stupid, I’ve never done anything to you,” Online Big Brother reports.
Bridgette also mentioned that some people have lied straight to her face, including James, who promised he would never nominate her for eviction, and the day after their conversation she was on the block.
As the women continued to talk, they eventually came to see eye-to-eye and appeared to understand each other’s point of view. This resolution differed from that of Paul and Frank, who were later seen in the Big Brother 18 house chatting cordially, but who never seemed to resolve the issue that enraged Paul so much.
Big Brother 18 airs on CBS Wednesday and Sunday nights at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, and Thursday nights at 9 p.m. Eastern Time. Big Brother After Dark airs on Pop Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 12 a.m. Eastern Time, Tuesday at 11 p.m. Eastern Time, and Thursday at 1 a.m. Eastern Time. Live feeds are broadcast from inside the Big Brother 18 house 24 hours a day, seven days a week and are available from CBS All Access.
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