very elder brother Fans were not happy with the outcome of the second eviction. That is mostly due to the choice of Ajah Avsum for his goal. Davron Rogers responded to the response Azah was receiving.
[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for the second double eviction on Big Brother 23.]
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The September 16 episode was a double take. Tiffany Mitchell was the first person to be homeless. Then the artists had to redo it all.
Azah won the head of the household for the first time. She talks to Hannah Chaddha and tells her that she wants Xavier Prather to be evicted. Azah puts Hannah and Xavier on the block. Kyland then won the veto contest, and he used a veto on Javier. Derek Frazier then had to go on the block.
Javier and Kyland vote to evict Hannah. This leaves Ajah as the last woman in the household. Fans couldn’t believe they didn’t put Javier and Kyland on the block next to each other, because they’re the biggest threat in the house.
The opposition to the move was so strong that Ajah’s Twitter account had preserved his tweets. But there is a person who is protecting them.
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Many fans reacted to the episode, and that included the alum. Rogers responded with some azure backlash after his big move.
“Listen, I don’t want Hannah to go either… you all know it’s my baby… but it’s play. You’re all [sic] So much with the insult to Azah…. It’s not that deep. it’s a game …. Remember… a game. Leave that woman alone,” she tweeted.
He later tweeted“You’re all too invested, it’s okay to be upset, all I’m saying is stop calling that lady by her name for a game.”
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Some fans were not happy with the alum’s tweet. “Stop defending Herr. She’s the worst. From black woman to black woman she lied saying she wanted a black woman to win. She’s not playing at all and she used one of her wins to be the last woman.” Done to get out. Useless in the game,” wrote a fan.
Rogers replied, “Girl I’m not protecting anyone. Black woman from black woman, you must be upset to see that people call this black woman stupid, dumb a**, ab*tch, worthless.. The list goes on… on a game???? F*ck that!!! and f*ck everyone who participates in that. Idguff.”
He then clarified with a follow-up tweet, “I’m totally fine with these tweets… talk about his gameplay… all I’m saying is stop calling him by his name.” Do. That statement is fine… I don’t agree with her name, though I wouldn’t call her out by her name.
Looks like fans haven’t quelled their anger on Azah, but people still want her to be respected as a person. fans will have to keep watching CBS To find out whether Ajah’s move helped or hurt his game.