Swaggy C ‘back-doored’ in sur­pris­ing ouster

Winnipeg Sun - - SHOWBIZ -

Swaggy C never saw it coming.

The 23-year-old day trader from Bridge­port, Con­necti­cut first en­tered the Big Brother house like a fire­ball of en­ergy on Day 1, se­cur­ing the first ma­jor com­pe­ti­tion win of the sum­mer and the ti­tle of most ec­cen­tric house­guest of the sea­son. But af­ter just 23 days in­side the whirl­wind game, the po­lar­iz­ing com­peti­tor was promptly back-doored and sent pack­ing from the game af­ter he was be­trayed by for­mer ally and Head of House­hold, Kait­lyn Her­man.

“I’m very up­set about the fact that I got back-doored over some­one else’s emo­tions and their own per­sonal prob­lems. I’m re­ally up­set right now,” Swaggy stated the morn­ing af­ter a heated eviction that saw him leave the house fol­low­ing a vote of 8-4.

“Ap­par­ently, we had a two-sec­ond ar­gu­ment be­cause Kaitylin has a boyfriend back home and she was mess­ing with Faysal (Shafaat) and I called her shady. She got up­set but we talked it out and things were good be­fore she even won HOH. But when she wins HOH and Scot­tie (Sal­ton) comes off the block, all of a sud­den, she back­doors me. I thought we got over it five days ago. It was just all con­fus­ing.”

The 24-year-old life coach had won the week’s power, but de­spite ini­tially plac­ing Scot­tie and Win­ston Hines on the block, she ul­ti­mately chose to be­tray her ini­tial al­liance to work with 23-yearold life­guard Tyler Crispen to con­coct the plan to get Swaggy out of the game.

“I don’t like him. Tyler knows he would have been safe if I was in charge. I had other tar­gets. I wasn’t go­ing af­ter him. If he wanted to do that, he should have waited for me to do his dirty work and get the other side out.”

Now that Swaggy C is out­side of the house look­ing in, he’ll be bit­terly watch­ing the rest of the sea­son and solely root­ing for the house­guests who had his back in the face of an un­sus­pect­ing be­trayal.

“If any­one from the other side got me out, it would be the smartest thing in the world and I could leave hap­pily, be­cause I’m the en­emy. That’s their job.

But some­one from my own al­liance, who would have been 1000% safe if I would have won HOH, it’s id­i­otic. It was dumb. To her game, I was not a threat.”

Big Brother airs Wed­nes­days at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Thurs­days at 9 p.m. ET/PT and Sun­days at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Global and CBS.

I’m very up­set about the fact that I got back-doored over some­one else’s emo­tions and their own per­sonal prob­lems. I’m re­ally up­set right now.”

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