With all of the racist, sexist, and homophobic remarks made by the houseguests, the firing of some of the housguests and the bullying in the house, Big Brother 15's cast made a name for themselves, but not in a good way.
One of the most talked about houseguests was Aaryn Gries, dubbed the mean girl by viewers across the country, Aaryn was one of the houseguests who was not afraid to make fun of, mock, and insult her fellow houseguests with mean and cruel comments.
From calling the gay houseguest and ultimately winner of the season Andy, a faggot, to making fun of the Asian American mom Helen, by saying she needed to make them some rice and making fun of her slanted eyes, Aaryn had viewers of the show and the host, Julie Chen, as well, angered by her actions.
Aaryn along with two other houseguests in the house, even ended up losing their jobs because of how they acted and what they said while on Big Brother.
Once out of the house, Aaryn was shocked to be booed and tried to fix her mistakes when Julie informd her of her racist remarks by saying that she was from Texas and that is how they talked, and that she was sorry for offending anyone.
Now that she is out of the jury house and learning of losing her gig with the modeling agency she worked for and finding out just how hated she is by America, Aaryn decided to comment on it and try to save face.
Speaking to TMZ, Aaryn admitted that yes, she did talk like a racist on the show, but that she is in fact not a racist at all.
She said this;
"I have been making racial jokes for years ... but had no idea they were offensive because "no one had expressed that I was taken that way."
She also said that she wished people would have told her it was wrong to make racist jokes before she went on a live television show because she did not know that saying the things she said, "jokes" as she calls them, would make people think of her as a racist.
"I am not a racist. Sometimes you can say mindless things that will haunt you."
Including that whole sentence.
She did say she was sorry for sayin the whole, "I am from Texas"thing to Julie when she was evicted saying;
"Blaming Texas was the biggest mistake I made ... I was in defense mode."
Something she seems to still be in.
Aaryn was flanked by two PR people, obviously the ones her mother hired for her, as soon as she exited the show and her answers seem to reflect that they have coached her on what to say.
When asked about losing her gig with her modeling agency, she said their relationship before she entered the house was not that good already.
"I was on the rocks with the agency before I even came. I do have more opportunities, more agencies that are wanting to meet with me that I'm going to meet with [Thursday]. It's all good. I'm going to move up."
She also said that she wanted to take what she learned from being on the show and try to help others who are like her by writing a book;
"I'm thinking about a book. I'm hoping to help other people learn from my experience and not get themselves into a similar situation. We'll see."
Hopefully she will inform people in the book that making jokes about others, espeically people of different races is not something one should do, at all, ever.
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