It seemed like Big Brother contestant Tyler Crispen could do no wrong in the eyes of fans. The runner-up played a hard game, got involved in a popular showmance, and even was voted America's Favorite Houseguest at the end of the season. However, it seems that the tides may be changing for Tyler following his post-show behavior.
Tyler recently took to Twitter to decline an offer to be on a popular Big Brother podcast. In his tweet, Tyler says he would've "loved" to have been on the podcast but that the show wasn't "nice" to him during his season (hosts on the podcast often critique players for multiple reasons and it looks like Tyler was no exception). This is shocking to many fans and alumni of the show who admit that the "Rob Has a Podcast" show is one of the most loyal and well-rounded podcasts regarding Big Brother.
Many are pointing out how this move seems immature, including past winner Andy Herren who tweeted about the whole situation. In his tweet, Andy called out Tyler for not being realistic about the podcast world.
"If I refused to go on any podcasts that talked negatively about me during my season of Big Brother, I would have gone on zero podcasts! I hope Tyler changes his mind about 'RHAP.' They're one of the hardest-working podcasts out there, and they do it all for the fans!"