After being evicted from the Big Brother house at the hands of an all-powerful girls alliance, 23-year-old Jeremy McGuire is the first member of the show’s Axis of Evil to leave sequester and see how much the real world hates his gal pal, Aaryn Gries.
The least offensive of BB 15’s hateful trio, McGuire told Entertainment Weekly last week that living in the Big Brother house was “surreal” and—surprise—thinks Aaryn’s racial slurs were “twisted and turned in a way to entertain.” Nevermind CBS trying to cover it up for the first couple weeks.
“Yeah, I’m not racist, sexist, or homophobic, so I mean, I guess everything can be taken out of context,” he said. “Everybody in there was friendly with everybody and we weren’t scared to say it in front of each other, so I’m sure it was just twisted and turned in a way to entertain. But I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.”
McGuire was also probed about the night that houseguests Aaryn Gries and GinaMarie Zimmerman harassed Candice Stewart, the house’s only black female, by flipping her bed into a wall and calling her “Shaniqua”:
“I mean, it was crazy, don’t get me wrong. It was an emotional roller-coaster, and I just had to sit back and watch for most of it. But being there was kind of surreal regardless of what was going on. Everything kind of seemed unreal to me, so it really hasn’t hit me yet to be honest with you.”
Though houseguests still living in the Big Brother house are unaware of the bad press Aaryn’s been getting, they’ve nominated her to be evicted this week. We seriously hope she gets the boot soon, because that exit interview with Julie Chen is going to be everything.