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Rodrigo Alves issued final warning by Big Brother for use of N-word


Rodrigo Alves has been issued a formal and final warning by Big Brother for his use of the N-word in Friday’s first highlights show of the Celebrity Big Brother: Eye of the Storm.

Alves aka the “Human Ken Doll” was talking with fellow celebrity housemates Natalie Nunn, Dan Osborne, Gabby Allen, and Chloe Ayling when used the racial slur twice to describe his ideal type when looking for a partner.

Chloe was shocked he used the slur and asked him to repeat what he had said, so he did, using the slur for a second consecutive time. Towards the end of Friday’s episode, Rodrigo was called to the Diary Room and tried to explain his actions to Big Brother.

“Last night I was very excited to be here, and I had quite a lot to drink,” he said. “I was quite drunk. I’m obviously regretting that, the fact that I used the N-word.”

Big Brother shot back telling Rodrigo he has “no excuse” for his actions and he will be removed from the house if he uses the slur again.

Celebrity Big Brother continues tonight at 10pm on Channel 5 with highlights from the first full day inside the house.

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