Placing him in his place. Huge Brother stars Angie “Rockstar” Lantry and Haleigh Broucher known as out housemate JC Mounduix for his misuse of the sexual harassment consciousness time period, #MeToo.
In a clip from the web reside feed of the fact present which surfaced on Saturday, August 11, Mounduix, 28, comes below hearth for nonchalantly utilizing the reference throughout a dialog.
“It’s not humorous JC, you possibly can’t joke about that,” one in all his castmates might be heard telling the Miami native. “I’ve been saying it for 50 days,” he solutions whereas overlaying his face together with his palms.
“And I inform you each single time,” the women reply. “The #MeToo motion is about girls and sexual harassment,” they proceed, earlier than Mounduix interrupts asking, “girls or males?”
By this time, Brett Robinson chimes in. “The thought was consciousness to sexual harassment,” he explains, with one of many girls including, “About how a lot it really happens. “So whenever you [say] hashtag me too it’s like since you too have been sexually harassed.”
Mounduix wasn’t carried out but. “That’s why when folks contact me, I’m like ‘hashtag me too,’” he argues, to which one in all his costars quips, “No, since you’re not being critical.”
This isn’t the primary time the skilled dancer has raised eyebrows after his selection of phrases. In July, Mounduix sparked controversy after followers of the CBS collection accused him of sexual harassment for pursuing feminine castmates with an ice cream scooper which he appeared to position close to their genitals.
Mounduix additionally made headlines later that month when he used the n-word in response to Bayleigh Dayton’s query about his Four-foot-Eight stature. “OK, let me ask you this: Is there a distinction between a midget and a dwarf?” Dayton, 25, requested. Mounduix replied: “‘Midget’ is like saying ‘homosexual’ and ‘f—obtained’ or, like, ’n—ga’ and ‘black.’”
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Huge Brother season 20 airs Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET and Sunday at Eight p.m. ET on CBS.