Most of the nation was outraged by the racist, homophobic, and sexist comments that came out of the “Big Brother 15” house this year. One person in particular, Parker Delon, who was part of the “Big Brother 9” cast, took house guest GinaMarie Zimmerman’s comments very personally, and wrote her an open Twitletter on Sept. 20, 2013 regarding her actions, according to Joker's Updates.
In the public letter to GinaMarie, Parker wrote, he is one of the “few non Caucasian houseguests to play the game (‘Big Brother’)” and was “deeply offended by your racist comments, bigotry and below the belt personal attacks you displayed.”
He noted that he believed her quips “…came from a place of hate and ignorance,” saying GinaMarie was an embarrassment “to not only herself, but to the entire bb community.”
Parker also addressed GinaMarie’s apology, which she made upon leaving the house and learning that her offensive comments had resulted in the loss of her pageant job.
“Your half hearted apology and logic behind using the term “n****” as loosely as you have will never sit well with me. You have no idea what it’s like to be called that word but I’m sure you know what it’s like to call someone it.”
On “Big Brother 15” GinaMarie was seen on live feed from inside the house saying welfare is “n***** insurance. In an interview with ET Online, GinaMarie she said she loves hip-hop music and that is the reason she sometimes uses the word.
Parker also wrote that she shouldn’t be surprised at the backlash she’s receiving after calling a child a “little Spanish Puerto Rican monkey,” which she did in reference to fellow house mate Elissa Slater’s son.
In addition, he mentioned Aaryn’s racist remarks in the "Big Brother 15" house, but said GinaMarie should thank editing for keeping her out of the spotlight, although those who watched the live feeds “know the truth…”
He further challenged GinaMarie to take the $50,000 she won on “Big Brother 15” and “do something positive with it. Stop blaming other outlets for your own shortcomings and own it as a real woman.”
Parker continued, “…hip-hop doesn’t love you. Stop using hip-hop music as a crutch for using the word ‘n*****.’ You have no business using that word…”
He ended the Twitletter by simply writing, “See you never.”