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‘Big Brother’s Amira Responds to His Removal, Addresses Taylor Hale Bullying Scandal (Exclusive)

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Amira Jones is opening up about her elder brother Experience. ET’s Denny Directo spoke to Amira the day after she was evicted, and she admitted she was “shocked” to be put on the block.

“Once I was put in the block, I assumed I was through the back door,” he told ET. “I was very confused as to who was working with Turner … there [were] Surely there are some strange conversations going on in the house. I saw people around me who don’t usually talk to each other, talk and whisper. I was like, ‘Whoa, why are they talking? I haven’t seen him talking to anyone in these weeks, so why is he talking all of a sudden? Why are they whispering on the day I have to be saved?’ Everyone was making promises to me, and so I knew it was weird.”

Little did Amira then know that a new alliance had formed between Turner, Kyle, Joseph, Monte, Brittany, Michael and Taylor, who began to call themselves The Leftovers.

Amirah explained, “I feel most betrayed by Monte, Kyle, and Michael, because they were members of Poe’s Pact, and Poe’s Pact was the alliance we were about to go through to the end.” “They were constantly telling me that we are good to go, we are going to the end, we are great. We were always sharing information with each other. I was looking at them like they were the last with me Was about to hit a six.”

However, she was not surprised by Turner’s role in his eviction.

“I think she held me responsible for Pooch’s expulsion,” Amira said. “Blaming the girls, I think he probably saw me as the strongest girl in the house. He told me he wouldn’t say bad things about me to other guys, he wasn’t going to campaign against me, but He did it because people were still telling me what he said.”

Despite Turner’s role in Everything, Amira said she “agrees with his speech” in which she spoke out against bullying Taylor.

“I was hearing a lot about Taylor too and I contributed to it too, especially in the beginning. As time went on I started to realize how wrong it was, but in the beginning I was definitely playing the game. And I was like, ‘Okay, that’s my target. Let’s get him out of here anyhow,'” he said. “But I agree with him.”

Things got worse for Taylor this week when Daniel and Nicole tear her down over a miscommunication that “brained Amira.”

“I was really up for it and I didn’t think Taylor was wrong. I didn’t think what she said was wrong. I didn’t think she meant it in a bad way. I think, at the time, Nicole was leaving He did a lot and his emotions were on high alert, and so he took it wrong,” she said. “I didn’t like that they were attacking her in public instead of talking in private. Emotions were really high that day.”

Later, Amira said, “I talked to Nicole, I talked to Daniel about that, and told him it was wrong. I also went to Taylor, talked to her, told her it was wrong, that I’m on his side, and I’ll defend him on this in front of other people.”

Despite being on Taylor’s side in that particular fight, and agreeing with Turner’s anti-bullying stance, Amira was confused about how she wound up on the block.

“In my mind, I was like, ‘Okay, okay, why don’t you put the bullies on the block? Why aren’t we having a house meeting to discuss it with everyone?'” he questioned. “It felt like even though he was bullying, it was being covered up because he refused to say what he heard, by whom, what was happening, and then he told me and Terrence Put in the block. It just didn’t add up to me.”

Now that she is out of the house, Amira has some thoughts about what’s to come for The Leftovers.

“I think there’s going to be some trust issues with Britney,” she predicted. “I know Monte is afraid of Taylor, and I don’t think it will be fixed. I also think that Taylor is still out for Monte, no matter what, as he should.”

Amira said, “I still root for my native Poe’s accord. I’m a ride or die. I root for Monte and I root for Kyle, even if they got me wrong, they’re something Strong players and I’m excited to see what they do.”

when she looks back elder brother experience, Amirah said she had “the time of my life.”

“It was so much fun. I would do it again. I love it meeting so many different kinds of people from different regions and different ages and getting to experience all of us living in this house and how we were able to cooperate,” she said. “I learned how to be vulnerable. I’m not a weak person, so it’s nice to learn from these people how to be vulnerable, how to be emotional. I’ll definitely take that into my home life.”

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