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Kyle Capener says he is worried about The Cookout 2.0 on Big Brother 24 as KKKyle trends

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Kyle Capener is causing Big Brother 24 to trend again. Pic credit: Sonja Flemming/CBS

Big Brother 24 cast member Kyle Capener expressed worries about The Cookout 2.0 taking over the current season and it has led to a bit of a backlash on social media. Now, the term KKKyle is trending on Twitter.

Be aware that there are some spoilers ahead for people who don’t know who won the Week 5 Head of Household Competition. The latest episode of the show came to an end without revealing the new HOH, but that information came out on the live feeds.

Michael Bruner is the Week 5 HOH, and he also already put a BB24 Besties set on the block. But Kyle is not sure about moving forward with The Leftovers, and he wants Michael to consider going in a different direction.

As seen in the video below taken directly from the Big Brother live feeds, Kyle expressed concern that a specific group of houseguests were working together to form The Cookout 2.0.

“That possibility of those six, with that background, I mean it looks very similar to The Cookout, with a very diverse background,” Kyle said as part of his pitch to Michael about why the target should not be Daniel Durston in Week 5.

The people that Kyle claims to be worried about working together are Indy Santos, Jasmine Davis, Joseph Abdin, Monte Taylor, Taylor Hale, and Terrance Higgins.

Clips of Kyle Capener on Big Brother live feeds cause controversy

Below is a roughly one-minute clip of what Kyle was stating to Michael in the HOH Room.

Some Big Brother fans react negatively to Kyle Capener’s comments

There are some Big Brother fans who are really frustrated about what Kyle has been saying on the live feeds lately, leading to quite a few posts on social media about how the season has progressed.

It also led to the KKKyle term trending on Twitter for quite some time.

Big Brother 24 rolls on

The BB24 cast will play in the Week 5 Veto Competition on Saturday (August 6), and then another houseguest is going to be sent home on Thursday night (August 11). This will be the last person who fails to make it to the jury stage.

The new HOH has a plan for that eviction night, but it looks like Kyle might want to stand in the way of that plan. Is this the end of The Leftovers as we know it? Stay tuned.

Big Brother 24 airs Sundays at 8/7c, Wednesdays at 8/7c, and Thursdays at 9/8c on CBS.

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Regina
Regina
1 year ago

You say what you need to say to keep you and the person you want with safe. It is about saying thing truth or not that’s the game people

WxDude
WxDude
1 year ago

What a bunch of BS, so it was OK to have the Cook Out, which obviously the CBS producers pushed and coached last season, but because Kyle brought it up as a possibility for this season….OMG, he’s a big racist. Whatever, all you people make me sick. It’s OK for Taylor to openly say she cannot put up for eviction a BLACK woman…and that’s not racist???? Early in the show, the house guests of color talked about the cook out, but it was only shown for just a few moments, but you know damn well they discussed it in depth, don’t give me that they didn’t. For whatever reason, they decided not to go that way again (maybe CBS said not to go that way, it would not be good for optics), but we don’t know, the CBS producers could have edited that all out and for all we know, they do have a Cook Out 2.0. Kyle went out as a class act. Michael and Brittany are scum bags and at least Monti and Terrance see that those real scum bags and big floater purposely held onto the information to use at a later date to save themselves. I sure hope neither one of those 2 win.

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

Why isn’t anyone talking about Taylor saying she would not put up or vote out a black woman, and I think she mention trying to start a cookout 2.0? Is it a double standard?