The Real World: Go Big Or Go Home - CeeJai Jenkins

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I love CeeJai and think she's one of the best casting choices in a long time. Her story gets to me and you can tell she's really genuine and wants to grow thru the experience. 

This (aside from Nia of course).

I think she's more of a tomboy also, which is why she gets along better with the guys. I would think somebody like Dione would annoy the shit out of her but judging from her SC and the show, she's the closest to him & Dean. She hangs with Dione for like weeks at a time whenever they get together lol

Honestly though, Dione gets in these hotels & gets to travel all over the place....I might need to become a carny myself because that is living lmaoo. I don't know about the whoe being broke thing but I love traveling.

I had like 8 people on my Facebook share this scene today 

That video went viral and it has over a million views more than any episode so far this season lol

Hopefully, it get some people curious and they watch the last episodes

 

Lmao I I ran into to go find that. A bunch of black comments loving the scene and didn't know real world still airs asking for the season name and episode title. Some think they're a couple. I hope this gets some new viewers especially with the preview after that. Lol whathisname's dream of black twitter getting involved might've come true if they gave info on the season in that video.

I saw a lot of comments saying dean should have asked her to marry him lol. 

I had like 8 people on my Facebook share this scene today 

Just seen it on my timeline today and it's now at 1.6 million views. Production better take notes for Season 32! Smile

MTV is neglecting an ENTIRE demographic that could put the whole network back on the map smh

Their loss. VH1 will continue to kick their ass year after year.

CeeJai makes everything about race...it's getting old. Kailah and Dean's argument had nothing to do with race. She clearly came on the show with other priorities if the only thing she is doing is bringing up race constantly.

I literally can't stand her.

Where's a link to that clip, YT hasn't released it ad no one's posted it to my timeline

MTV is neglecting an ENTIRE demographic that could put the whole network back on the map smhTheir loss. VH1 will continue to kick their ass year after year.

Thye really are. You'd think they'd jump on that given they seem to want to mold this franchise into whatever is popular in Reality TV nowadays. Especially with this franchise.

Like I'm kinda surprised they haven't tried to get into the Real Housewives-esqu show market.

CeeJai makes everything about race...it's getting old. Kailah and Dean's argument had nothing to do with race. She clearly came on the show with other priorities if the only thing she is doing is bringing up race constantly.I literally can't stand her.

You just simply don't get it.

I really like Ceejai but I just wished she didn't entertain the BS on social media. I always that she was above that. Plus, if she got rid of Dione, I would probably like her a lot more. Can't stand that guy.

But on the show so far, she hasn't given me any reason to dislike her. I thought that scene with Dean was very powerful.

I'm just thinking..If Cee Jai or the cast never defended their feelings on Jenna's comments then Cee Jai would probably be fan favorite. Similar to how on BB15 viewers grew to feel sympathy for Candice because Howard told her not to fight back while the rest of the house just trashed her beyond belief. if it wasn't for Howard.. she would have rocked the shit out of one of those girls the night they flipped her mattress. As time went on Candice did eventually get into arguments after defending herself and her popularity went down and by the end of the season Howard (who completely avoided the drama and never confronted the racist bullies) made the Top 3 fan favorite despite not making the jury & getting way less air time than Candice who made the jury. 

RIGHT it's a MESS they act like it's world war 3 whenever a african american or even latino go off. Like they just want you to sit there and take it. smh

the audience is in favor of minorities that buck the trend of negative stereotypes associated with them. in the case of arielle and leroy and why they are fan favorites, both are "non threatening black people" which is what production love to cast them. they are the "cute and cuddly, furry black side kicks" and people eat that ish up while someone like simone is considered a *yawn*....."ANOTHER everyday ghetto black girl" by the people

LMFAO I DIED LAUGHING AT CUTE & CUDDLEY BLACK SIDE Biggrin

timster3 wrote:

I'm just thinking..If Cee Jai or the cast never defended their feelings on Jenna's comments then Cee Jai would probably be fan favorite. Similar to how on BB15 viewers grew to feel sympathy for Candice because Howard told her not to fight back while the rest of the house just trashed her beyond belief. if it wasn't for Howard.. she would have rocked the shit out of one of those girls the night they flipped her mattress. As time went on Candice did eventually get into arguments after defending herself and her popularity went down and by the end of the season Howard (who completely avoided the drama and never confronted the racist bullies) made the Top 3 fan favorite despite not making the jury & getting way less air time than Candice who made the jury. 

RIGHT it's a MESS they act like it's world war 3 whenever a african american or even latino go off. Like they just want you to sit there and take it. smh

If Latinos pop off they're "fiery". If Blacks do they're "ghetto" or "ratchet"

I can't stand CeeJai

Says the person who like JEK of all people...

Just came by to say that CeeJai is the best.

JEKFAN wrote:

I can't stand CeeJai

Says the person who like JEK of all people...

Thank you for pointing that out.

I love CeeJai and think she's one of the best casting choices in a long time. Her story gets to me and you can tell she's really genuine and wants to grow thru the experience. 

I totally agree.  CeeJai's talking with Dean was spot on real and really heart felt. It wasn't necessarily her saying it was all about race, but she was quite correct that Jenna would have NEVER said that to Chris or any other male in the house but Dean. Dean in no way physically or verbally came at her at 10th of what others have. Jenna made it about race, and CeeJai was trying to comfort him and put his head right. He was blaming himself and second guessing himself and feeling cornered. She pulled his head right. She tried with Jenna, but Jenna keeps running her dumb mouth and not thinking. Her talking about guns and murder with guns while knowing what happened to CeeJai was incredibly insensitive, cruel, and thoughtless! I was shocked that CeeJai didn't drop her ass right then and there. That showed more maturity then anyone else would've shown.

gamer73 wrote:

I love CeeJai and think she's one of the best casting choices in a long time. Her story gets to me and you can tell she's really genuine and wants to grow thru the experience. 

I totally agree.  CeeJai's talking with Dean was spot on real and really heart felt. It wasn't necessarily her saying it was all about race, but she was quite correct that Jenna would have NEVER said that to Chris or any other male in the house but Dean. Dean in no way physically or verbally came at her at 10th of what others have. Jenna made it about race, and CeeJai was trying to comfort him and put his head right. He was blaming himself and second guessing himself and feeling cornered. She pulled his head right. She tried with Jenna, but Jenna keeps running her dumb mouth and not thinking. Her talking about guns and murder with guns while knowing what happened to CeeJai was incredibly insensitive, cruel, and thoughtless! I was shocked that CeeJai didn't drop her ass right then and there. That showed more maturity then anyone else would've shown.

Exactly. The implication behind that was clear as hell for anyone who doesn't have blinders on.

I don't think it's a matter of race. I'd be way more intimidated if Dean got in my face than if Chris did. Dean is muscular and manly while Chris looks like peewee herman. 

I don't think it's a matter of race. I'd be way more intimidated if Dean got in my face than if Chris did. Dean is muscular and manly while Chris looks like peewee herman. 

I don't think it's a matter of race. I'd be way more intimidated if Dean got in my face than if Chris did. Dean is muscular and manly while Chris looks like peewee herman. 

So explain how all of sudden she was "used to being abused" when Dylan was throwing her around. In her words she was able to make jokes about it.

Foofalina wrote:

gamer73 wrote:I love CeeJai and think she's one of the best casting choices in a long time. Her story gets to me and you can tell she's really genuine and wants to grow thru the experience. 

I totally agree.  CeeJai's talking with Dean was spot on real and really heart felt. It wasn't necessarily her saying it was all about race, but she was quite correct that Jenna would have NEVER said that to Chris or any other male in the house but Dean. Dean in no way physically or verbally came at her at 10th of what others have. Jenna made it about race, and CeeJai was trying to comfort him and put his head right. He was blaming himself and second guessing himself and feeling cornered. She pulled his head right. She tried with Jenna, but Jenna keeps running her dumb mouth and not thinking. Her talking about guns and murder with guns while knowing what happened to CeeJai was incredibly insensitive, cruel, and thoughtless! I was shocked that CeeJai didn't drop her ass right then and there. That showed more maturity then anyone else would've shown.

Exactly. The implication behind that was clear as hell for anyone who doesn't have blinders on.

I don't think it's a matter of race. I'd be way more intimidated if Dean got in my face than if Chris did. Dean is muscular and manly while Chris looks like peewee herman. 

But if that was the case, then she would've also been afraid of Dionne. Dionne many times got much closer to her face and in her space than Dean and Dionne is bigger. Throw that in with Jenna coming at CJ for saying swerve bitch, but not Kailah. Kailah was in Jenna's face a LOT more and more frequently and more heated than CJ. Again no physical issue with Kailah, but a physical issue with CJ. Jenna only got physical and was concerned about getting physical with both African American contestants. Chris ratted her out to the whole world calling her racist, and she didn't go at him. Just said that wasn't nice blah blah. But CJ says "swerve bitch" and Jenna says "This is all your fault" and physically assaults her. Not Kailah who was speaking as well. Or Dionne who was trashing her as well. Or the other roommate who I can never remember. Only CJ. There is a pattern here. You can ignore it or reason it away, but it is a pattern and I trust someone's behavior over their words. Her behavior showed clear and constant negative stigmas and discimination in both action and words. But it is CJ's fault that Dylan doesn't want to talk to the drunk dummy.

jenna's fanbase is fucking nuts

That is so fucked up. Seriously.

Wow, that's low.

Wow I'm disgusted by that person. 

I saw a lot of comments saying dean should have asked her to marry him lol. 

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