Zakiyah Everette, on how CBS depicted her on “Big Brother” last summer: “Honestly, you get mad. Because it’s you. You know who you are. You know, like, ‘That’s not what I meant. That’s not how I felt. That’s not what really happened.’ It’s nothing where I’m crying, ‘Oh my god, I can’t believe this happened to me, and I need to call CBS.’ But it was just like, ‘This is some bull----.’ ”
Zakiyah Everette, on how CBS depicted her on “Big Brother” last summer: “Honestly, you get mad. Because it’s you. You know who you are. You know, like, ‘That’s not what I meant. That’s not how I felt. That’s not what really happened.’ It’s nothing where I’m crying, ‘Oh my god, I can’t believe this happened to me, and I need to call CBS.’ But it was just like, ‘This is some bull----.’ ” Théoden Janes tjanes@charlotteobserver.com
Zakiyah Everette, on how CBS depicted her on “Big Brother” last summer: “Honestly, you get mad. Because it’s you. You know who you are. You know, like, ‘That’s not what I meant. That’s not how I felt. That’s not what really happened.’ It’s nothing where I’m crying, ‘Oh my god, I can’t believe this happened to me, and I need to call CBS.’ But it was just like, ‘This is some bull----.’ ” Théoden Janes tjanes@charlotteobserver.com

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