‘Big Brother’: Tiffany to Angry Fans, ‘Ya’ll Can Stop Fighting Our Battles’

Big Brother 23 fans still have a lot of feelings about how the houseguests played the game. Tiffany Mitchell addressed people who are angry about the women being targeted in the game.

Some ‘Big Brother’ fans are angry at the men of The Cookout

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Big Brother 23 showed The Cookout Alliance dominating the game. But once they accomplished their goal of getting to the final six together, they had to turn on each other.

Derek Frazier, Kyland Young, and Xavier Prather agreed to work together, which meant getting the women out. They also often claimed the women didn’t do as much work as them, so they didn’t deserve to get to the end. 

Xavier won the season with a jury vote of 9-0. But many fans found it to be bittersweet because of how the women in the game were treated. But now, the cast is addressing the fans who have a lot to say in defense of Azah Awasum, Hannah Chaddha, and Tiffany.

Tiffany to angry fans, ‘Ya’ll can stop fighting our battles’

Tiffany Mitchell poses for 'Big Brother 23' cast photo
‘Big Brother 23’ houseguest, Tiffany Mitchell | Cliff Lipson/Getty Images

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Hannah, Kyland, Azah, and Tiffany went on Instagram Live to talk to Xavier. But they also addressed fans who were angry about how the women in The Cookout were treated.

“In all seriousness, though, these two kicked me out,” Hannah said, pointing at Azah and Kyland. “X also kicked me out, but I still love them a lot. I gained five brothers and sisters.”

Tiffany also chimed in. “And it was a game that we all signed up for!” she said. “There are no rules to this, and we all played the game that we wanted to play with each other. There is no loved lost. So ya’ll can stop fighting our battles. We good here.” 

Hannah continued to talk. “I am proud of them. You guys are all legends in my book,” she said.

Derek Frazier addressed some of his comments

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Derek was the most outspoken about targeting the women in the house. He also claimed to be the mastermind behind The Cookout despite Tiffany coming up with the duo plan that they followed. He addressed his actions in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.

“I came in this house forgetting that there’s cameras and a lot of people know that I say what I want, and I have no filter,” he said. “And each of these individuals I look at them as family, so when I talk to them, I talk to them like if I’m talking at home.”

He also claimed he asked permission to call the women b*tches, and they said it was OK. He then addressed Azah since he ended the season having multiple harsh conversations with her.

“Azah is amazing,” he said. “She’s a very beautiful and smart woman. And she’s a very good friend to me, and all I can do is hope that maybe one day she will find in the kindness of her heart to allow me to show that same thing back to her.”

Azah said in that interview that she accepted his apology. It looks like The Cookout plan to stay friends after the show and at peace with how the men played the game.