‘Big Brother 20’ Cast Finally Calls Out JC Mounduix For Using #MeToo Wrong

The Big Brother 20 cast is finally calling out JC Mounduix for using #MeToo wrong. The entire season he has been saying this when he gets touched and that isn’t what it means at all. Finally, they decided to explain to JC that he doesn’t know what he is talking about and needs to fix it. JC isn’t from America, so he seems to be totally confused by this entire movement. When the rest of us were watching it on the news, he probably didn’t have a clue what was going on.

Rockstar and Haleigh call out JC

Us Weekly shared the details about how Angie “Rockstar” Lantry and Haleigh Broucher said something to JC. The hashtag of #MeToo is about sexual harassment. A clip from the live feeds shows the details about what went down. Rockstar and Haleigh explained to JC that he is totally wrong, but it appears he had no idea he was using the term inappropriately. That didn’t stop them from being rude to him about it.

JC is told that he isn’t being funny and that he is using it wrong. Of course, JC Mounduix points out that he has been using it the entire 50 days he has been in the house. No clue what took them so long to explain it to him. The girls say they have been telling him, but it looks like this is the first time they actually took the time to explain.

JC needs #MeToo explained

JC actually needed them to explain #MeToo to him. He had to ask if it was just for women or also for men. Another thing was that he didn’t seem to get that it meant you had been sexually harassed. Brett Robinson actually explained it to him in a nice manner. He says, “The idea was awareness to sexual harassment,” he explains, with one of the women adding, “About how much it actually occurs. “So when you [say] hashtag me too it’s like because you too have been sexually harassed.” JC isn’t ever saying that he has actually been sexually harrassed, though.

They have to explain to him that when people touch him and he says it that he is wrong because he isn’t being serious. #MeToo is a very serious matter and not to be joked about, but JC didn’t get that at all. Maybe he will stop using it now in the Big Brother 20 house since he understands what it means. It shouldn’t have taken 50 days for them to explain this to him.

Big Brother 20 house full of hate speech

The Big Brother 20 house has been full of hate speech for the entire season. Most of it doesn’t make it on the live shows, but if you watch the feeds then it is there. Bayleigh Dayton actually admitted on camera that she hates white people. Yep, she didn’t hold back either.

First, she called out JC for using the N-word, but he didn’t seem to even mean it negative. You have to remember that English is not his first language. JC isn’t from America, so he doesn’t quite get how bad it was to use this word. The conversation went like this. Bayleigh said, “OK, let me ask you this: Is there a difference between a midget and a dwarf? Mounduix replied: “‘Midget’ is like saying ‘gay’ and ‘f—got’ or, like, ’n—ga’ and ‘black.’”

Bayleigh has also said the slur word “Munchkin” while talking about JC and also called him a “little thing” and a “little Tasmanian devil.” This is not the way these words should be used at all. Bayleigh also made it pretty clear that she  meant it in a negative way.

Come back to Soap Dirt often for the latest spoilers and news on Big Brother 20. This season is finally to the point where if you are evicted you go to the jury house, so things are really heating up.

Mandy Robinson

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