‘Big Brother’: Da’Vonne Rogers Accuses Christmas Abbott of Trying To Profit off ‘Apololying’ for Microaggressions

by Jeremy Spirogis

When Christmas Abbott nominated Bayleigh Dayton and Da’Vonne Rogers for eviction, she made just a few feedback many followers perceived as microaggressive. The Big Brother 19 finalist tried to apologize about it in an Instagram Live, however some followers didn’t settle for it or consider she was real. Therefore, Christmas introduced a podcast the place she’s going to dive into every topic that a lot of the BB fandom are asking her to deal with. However, some followers, together with Da’Vonne Rogers, are accusing the two-time competitor of trying to revenue off the state of affairs.

Da'Vonne Rogers of the CBS series Big Brother
Da’Vonne Rogers of the CBS sequence Big Brother | Monty Brinton

Christmas Abbott concerned in controversy throughout ‘Big Brother 22’

Returnee Christmas Abbott started Big Brother 22 in a fantastic place as she had a spot in dominating alliance The Committee and a number of other exterior relationships.

However, the BB19 finalist confirmed her playing cards when she nominated Bayleigh Dayton and Da’Vonne Rogers throughout Week 5. Prior to inserting the women on the block, Christmas requested if they might “shoot” or “cut” her in retaliation, infuriating many followers.

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She additionally cursed and raised her voice throughout a disagreement with Da’Vonne however later blamed the chums for “charging” her.

Before Bayleigh’s eviction, the BB19 finalist spoke with them and apologized for inflicting their disagreement to go left. Even so, a number of followers claimed Christmas’ statements and habits towards the women confirmed microaggression, and he or she tried to deal with it after the season. 

Christmas launching a brand new podcast to deal with ‘Big Brother 22’ drama

During a Nov. 2 Instagram Live broadcast, the two-time competitor apologized for her remarks and promised she’s dedicated to understanding the place she went mistaken so she will be able to make “significant changes.”

However, it didn’t go over properly with a lot of the fandom who felt she lacked sincerity. Christmas returned a few weeks later and launched a video asserting her new podcast sequence to deal with and “own” her questionable statements.

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She additionally promised she would maintain herself “accountable” for any “ignorant” remark she made, whatever the intention.

Again, many followers didn’t obtain her information properly as they really feel she is utilizing it to “promote” herself and trying to revenue off her “problematic” habits.

Da’Vonne Rogers responded to Christmas’ podcast reveal

Hours after the BB19 finalist’s announcement, Da’Vonne seemingly responded to it. In the home, Christmas requested the favored contestant to “educate” her on the Black Lives Matter motion.

After the season ended, Da’Vonne admitted she felt the returning competitor selected to be ignorant concerning the matter in a Nov. 2 interview with ET Canada.

The fan-favorite participant revealed she didn’t suppose Christmas genuinely needed to alter and believes the BB19 finalist is “perfectly comfortable and content in the space she’s in,” which is “unfortunate.”

RELATED: ‘Big Brother’: Da’Vonne Rogers Explains What’s ‘Unfortunate’ About Christmas Abbott Being ‘Ignorant’

Therefore, she additionally didn’t obtain Christmas’ announcement properly and inspired BB followers to not let the two-time competitor earn “a quarter for sitting in front of a camera apololying.”

Introduced by RuPaul’s Drag Race season 12 contestant Widow Von’Du, an “apololie” is a faux apology. Many of her followers who replied to the tweet agreed and felt Christmas is trying to “monetize her ignorance.” Big Brother 23 returns subsequent summer season.

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