America’s Favorite Player Da’Vonne Rogers is having none of what fellow Big Brother 22 houseguest Christmas Abbott is promoting. Abbott just lately made a video to her followers to inform them she was going to handle all of the drama from the previous season in a brand new podcast and Rogers will not be having any of it.
Abbott’s New Podcast Will Address the Controversy
In her Instagram video, Abbott says she’s launching a brand new short-series podcast to reply followers’ questions in regards to the season.
“So, I’m out of the Big Brother home and I’ve lots to share with you guys. I’m simply going to go forward and say this — I do need to reply all of your questions and I’m going to. I’m going to be releasing a short-series podcast that can be addressing the entire questions, even the controversial ones, in a way that’s respectful, reflective and a manner for not solely me to develop however hopefully you guys can too,” mentioned Abbott.
“I simply need to say a few issues earlier than I actually bounce again into my work and social media. I had a good time in the home and I completely love each houseguest. I loved every particular person, even those that go to my nerves — and so they’re in all probability not those that you simply assume — so very a lot,” she continued, including, “It’s straightforward to understand issues and take them out of context. And it is easy to scrutinize and choose. My message proper now’s I need to have conversations, I don’t need to have assaults. Not just for me, however each single houseguest interval. Ever. Not simply 22.”
She additionally mentioned she is “one hundred pc” on board with making adjustments in her life and different folks’s lives.
“I’m on board, one hundred pc, in making adjustments throughout the board. Not simply in my private life however in all lives I can attain and affect. I feel that as a human race we are able to do a greater job. … we have to begin educating ourselves and sharing our schooling. Passiveness will not be OK,” mentioned Abbott.
Rogers Called Her Out for Monetizing Her Apology
Y’all higher not let her acquire a QUARTER for sitting in entrance of a digital camera apoloLYING… smh that is ridiculous
— Da’Vonne Dianne Rogers ✊🏾 (@DayDaVonne_) November 19, 2020
On Twitter, Rogers wrote, “Y’all higher not let her acquire a QUARTER for sitting in entrance of a digital camera apoloLYING… smh that is ridiculous.”
“Apololying” is a phrase coined on RuPaul’s Drag Race whereby somebody points a pretend apology.
Rogers’ followers had been in settlement, with one writing, “So she’s going to monetize an apology in a sequence of podcasts that she ought to’ve given to you and Bayleigh in particular person weeks in the past, acquired it,” and one other calling Abbott’s new venture an “accountability podcast cash-grab concept.”
In case you missed it, Abbott has gotten plenty of warmth for the racially-charged feedback she made the week she received Head of Household and nominated Rogers and fellow Black houseguest Bayleigh Dayton. She mentioned she was fearful of them, anxious they might shoot her or stab her with a fork.
Apparently, she has but to apologize to both of them for these feedback.
Big Brother 23 will return in the summertime of 2021. Until then, we’d get a brand new season of Big Brother Canada this winter/spring and there may be speak of a winter version of Celebrity Big Brother.