After competitor Luke Valentine was sent out of Big Brother 25, heated debates ensued. After using the n-word carelessly in the presence of a white competitor, Valentine was fired from the reality series. During a conversation with two white home visitors, Cory Wurtenberger and Hisam Goueli, and one black visitor, Jared Fields, Valentine had said the racist epithet. The other participants on the program struggled to process what had happened after he was eliminated.
Wurtenberger alleged the racist slur was casually tossed at him on the most recent episode of the program. Goueli claimed not to have heard Valentine utter the phrase. It wasn’t proper, in Fields’ opinion, to “have this as a family convo.” Inside the confessional, he subsequently wished Valentine the best.
TMZ reports that CBS said there is “zero tolerance in the house for using a racial slur.” Notably, Valentine broke the rules of conduct for the program by using phrases that are forbidden.
His father discussed the situation when Valentine was fired from the program. Valentine’s father, according to TMZ, claims that his kid has several Black family members, including a stepmom, step-siblings, and biracial cousins. According to Valentine’s father, his kid is not racist.
Valentine’s stepmother was shocked to hear him utter the n-word on the reality program, according to the father. The father wishes Valentine had the opportunity to defend himself.