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Big Brother 25 Houseguest Luke Valentine Removed from Show After Using Racial Slur on Live Feeds

Luke Valentine, a contestant on Big Brother 25, has been removed from the show after using a racial slur on the live feeds. CBS and producers stated that Luke violated the code of conduct and there is zero tolerance for racial slurs. This is the first time a houseguest has been expelled for making a racial slur, although previous contestants have been caught on the live feeds making derogatory comments.

Big Brother 25 contestant Luke Valentine has been removed from the game after using a racial slur on the live feeds, violating the show’s code of conduct.

Title: Big Brother Contestant Removed from Game for Using Racial Slur

Big Brother 25 contestant Luke Valentine was recently expelled from the reality show after he was caught using a racial slur during a conversation on the live feeds. In response to the incident, CBS and the show’s producers issued a statement emphasizing their zero-tolerance policy for such behavior. They confirmed Luke’s removal and announced that it would be addressed in Thursday night’s episode of the show.

Luke, who is 30 years old, faced immediate backlash from fans after he used the N-word in a conversation with fellow houseguests Cory Wurtenberger, Hisam Goueli, and Jared Fields. A video clip of the incident quickly spread on social media, showing Luke realizing his mistake after uttering the offensive word. Trying to correct himself, he covered his mouth with his hand and substituted the slur with “Dude.”

Cory, 21, and Hisam, 45, were visibly shocked by Luke’s slip-up, while Jared, who is Black, received a direct apology from Luke. However, Jared appeared unfazed by the incident, stating that he didn’t care. It’s worth noting that Jared is one of the five Black houseguests participating in this season.

The current nominations for eviction include Kirsten, 25, and Felicia, 63. Both were initially placed on the block alongside Cory and Jared on the first night. The Head of Household, Reilly Smedley, later opted to remove the two men from the block. With Luke’s unexpected departure, the outcome of the upcoming eviction vote remains uncertain.

This is the first time a houseguest has been expelled from Big Brother for using a racial slur, although it is not the first instance of a cast member being caught making such offensive remarks on the live feeds. In season 15, back in 2013, contestant Aaryn Gries made derogatory comments targeting people of color throughout the season. Despite the criticism she faced, Aaryn was not removed from the show and offered apologies for her remarks, claiming they were taken out of context.

Big Brother fans eagerly await Thursday’s episode to see how Luke’s expulsion from the game will be handled. The incident serves as a reminder of the show’s commitment to maintaining a respectful environment for all participants. Big Brother airs on CBS on Wednesdays and Sundays at 8 p.m. ET, and Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET. Stay updated with the latest breaking news and exclusive stories about your favorite celebrities and TV shows by signing up for Us Weekly’s free daily newsletter.

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