While I’ll admit that I’m not so particularly fussed about Tim winning, because let’s face it he won this from the beginning, I am disappointed that Jade didn’t get the position of winner.
Now, I’m going to be a man and admit that in the past, when the whole Ed and Jade thing was going on, that I did have some nasty things to say about her. As time went on, I began to see a different side of Jade and slowly began to lean towards her favour. That and basically Ed became an asshole and I frankly wouldn’t put up someone I was friends with for eviction, only then to lie about it later on.
So this is for you, Jade Pietrantonio.
There. I said it. History has just been made, people. I have apologized to someone for being an asshole to them.
But back on track, let’s talk about Tim. He’s been the subject of so much love and hate this season on Big Brother that I think he’s probably made Big Brother history. Me personally, I had a love/hate thing with Tim. As an artist, I totally loved how Tim was easily the most creative in the house. I loved how he could make a fun activity by using next to nothing, which is a very rare trait. I also loved his affinity with animals, being an animal lover myself. But, there is also some hate for Tim as well.
I hated how he constantly stirred up trouble when he could’ve of easily united everyone. He spoke his mind, which I’m not against, but he did so in a way that made others uncomfortable. And just as Boogs demonstrated, he couldn’t take what he dished out. That’s something I don’t like. If you’re going to be a pot stirrer, be one. But have the balls to take whatever you get back without having a sook.
Regardless, I’m not fussed that Tim won. If Jade had won, I’d be a lot more happier than I am now. But there were things leading up to the finale that I found frustrating. Things that may reopen old battles, but you know what? Fuck it. If certain people are allowed to have their opinion, so can I.
Justynn Not Being Invited To The Finale
The amount of people who were bitching about Justynn not being invited to the finale honestly astounded me. First off, he was in the house for a week, at the most. Secondly, he wasn’t well received by the housemates and the general public while he was in the house. Thirdly, did we all forget about this:
He was FAKE! FAKE! F. A. K. E. He even ADMIT that he was put into the house without having to audition!
It should be noted that all of this sparked from the gorgeous Leesa Little, who with her incredibly biased blog, attempted to actually convince Big Brother to allow Justynn to come. Last time I checked, big executives don’t give a shit about what a biased internet blogger thinks, Leesa. Just a heads up.
Speaking of Leesa Little, that brings me to my next point:
Leesa Little. Biased Much?
Yep. I’m going there. Again.
I am now entering serious mode. There will be no humor included from this point on.
The last time I posted something about Leesa, her little army of Twitter trolls ATTEMPTED to try and make me seem like I was a bad person. This could be further from the truth. My ultimate goal with that blog post was point out that Leesa Little was biased and making a MUCH bigger issue out of something than it was meant to be. I called you a pathetic troll, the last time I blogged about you, which you took as being “vicious”.
So, allow me to make my point in a way that is more mature and understanding.
I am totally not OK with what the Lowers did to promote Ed, nor am I OK with Tahan’s boyfriend promoting her like he did. My stance against Leesa Little was that instead of making her point and moving on, she simply chose to make a much bigger issue out these matters, for no reason whatsoever.
Actually, no. There is a reason. Self-Promotion. She knows that after apparently striking gold with her Ed blogs, she decided to continue to “expose” them under the guise of “leveling the playing field”. Why? What do you gain out of “leveling the playing field”? You don’t work for Big Brother, nor do you work as a journalist. What do you possibly have to gain out of all this? For someone supposedly sick of Big Brother’s bias towards Tahan, you show a lot of bias yourself. You’ve openly attacked Ed, Xaiver, Jasmin, Tahan, and any other housemate you deem unworthy, and then you glorify Tim because you want him to win.
And let’s not forget your nasty and biased comments on Twitter.
First and foremost, Exhibit E is to demonstrate her clear bias for Tim. As someone who wrote that “Jade’s a Gem”, it’s clear that she wanted Tim to win more. You’d think someone who wanted to “Level the Playing Field” would repost about BOTH contestants she likes, not just one. It’s also clear that she’s not afraid to stick it to people who disagree with her, calling the Tahanians “Nasty Little Bitches”.
Funny… If most of Tahan’s fanbase are all teenage girls, and Leesa is 25 with a psychology undergrad… Why would she resort to calling young girls such foul things? You’d think a MATURE person would actually be… You know…. Mature? Just a thought, Leesa.
And before you get the oh-so brilliant idea to call me a stalker, as you’ve done to other people who’ve commented on your bias, let’s get some stuff straight first.
You are on the INTERNET! Your blog, as well as your tweets are all public, which means anyone can view them. You’ve blogged about David Reynolds and used his tweets as evidence for your stuff. Does that, by your definition, make you a stalker as well?
Also, I am not telling you that you are not entitled to your opinion.
EVERYONE is allowed to have their say.
By all means, blog away. But if you’re going to put yourself out there in the public domain like that, you have to accept that there will be others who disagree with you. Blatantly blocking anyone who doesn’t agree with your opinion is doing EXACTLY what you blogged about Big Brother doing. Blocking certain things to make you appear a certain way.
I attempted to post earlier on your blog, back when I had just started reading them, and found that my comment would not get uploaded, because you didn’t allow it. It should be noted that I was civil in it. You didn’t allow it, because you disagreed with it. That’s hypocritical.
My main beef with you, and it was always this reason, was that you made a very big issue out of nothing. Yes, the Lowers were wrong in what they did. You called them out. Good job on that. But when you continue to twist the knife, so to speak, it makes you out to be someone who’s just out for these people.
The Justynn issue is another one. You felt as though he was cheated by not being invited to the finale, yet you yourself included evidence that he was a fake housemate to begin with. Why would you be so adamant on having someone who planted into the house and was publicly outed as being fake to be invited to the Finale? The producers are not going to take 1024 people’s opinion on an internet blog poll seriously. If you had a much larger following and some influence with the media, you could’ve made a better stand. But as it stands, you don’t.
And not only that, it seems that Twitter is also sick of your biased views on people as well, Leesa. Here, let me show you Exhibit:
Newsflash Leesa. It helps when you write a blog about screaming bloody murder about social media abuse from housemates if your hands aren’t actually covered in blood as well. You’ve displayed MULTIPLE times that you are able to dish out the dirt on these people, who you don’t even know outside of the house, and have your clear favourites. But what you haven’t displayed is the maturity level fitting of someone who supposedly has an undergraduate in psychology. You honestly need to pull your act together Leesa. If you’re going to blog about Tahan being a bitch over Twitter, or about Xaiver being an asshole over Twitter, you need to be sure that you’re not going to be put into a position where people like those above and many more will bite back at you and tell you exactly what they feel about you. Blocking them so that you’re stuck in your fantasy world where everyone loves and agrees with your opinion is not healthy. You studied psychology, you should know this.
Like I said earlier: If you’re going to put yourself out in the public eye like you did, you have to accept that people will disagree with you and voice their disagreement.
Leesa, I have nothing personal against you. I really don’t. But as one blogger to another, you need to seriously stop being so biased in everything that you write and attempt to be a bit more open-minded. I’m sure if you did your research into the housemates you hated, you’d find some gems there as well.
To all of Leesa’s followers, I will not be commenting back to people about this matter. I’ve said what I’ve had to say and I am moving on from this issue.