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

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Me and PinkRose talked about it and believe they probably got heat about not doing anything during Nia and Averey's fight which is why they felt they had to take action with this one. They even cut the fight down because they didn't show CeeJai dragging Jenna off the couch. CeeJai likely went home because she left Jenna with bruises and a black eye but they also knew the cast and viewers would flip out if Jenna wasn't punished which is why they used the incident where she pushed CeeJai as the reason to send her home.

yeah with Portland, I believe BMP was being experimental and allowing the fights to happen without stopping them particularly for this season for ratings reasons. I remember Jordan did a interview with some podcast saying that after him and Marlon had their explosive monkey argument, producers pulled them aside and told them if any physical fights happen during the rest of the season, they will not be around to break them up. Basically saying whatever happens its all on them to stop it. 

Me and PinkRose talked about it and believe they probably got heat about not doing anything during Nia and Averey's fight which is why they felt they had to take action with this one. They even cut the fight down because they didn't show CeeJai dragging Jenna off the couch. CeeJai likely went home because she left Jenna with bruises and a black eye but they also knew the cast and viewers would flip out if Jenna wasn't punished which is why they used the incident where she pushed CeeJai as the reason to send her home.

I thought that as well. They knew they couldn't bring Jenna back in, and I think Dean saying he didn't want to be in the house with her and wouldn't feel safe made a huge point to them. I do think CeeJai wa in the wrong for physically assaulting Jenna over laughing at racist attacks. CeeJai spoke true when she said she was weak for letting Jenna get to her. I was proud that she owned up to that. The best revenge is always living well. I still think CeeJai is awesome, and I hope they would allow her to do Challenges.

i really enjoyed ceejai a lot on the last few episodes. her confessionals seemed very emotional and raw to me, and the scene of her feeling sad that she allowed jenna to get under her skin just seemed so sincere. i felt like the last few episodes dealt with some real issues and made what was mostly a boring season really interesting and like almost voyeristic in a way? can't explain it too well but i really enjoyed it, it felt very emotionally honest 

I have lurked on this site for a while and had to make an account. Been watching the real world for a long time and I absolutely love Ceejai. They really did a good job when they casted her. I think she would have fit in with other seasons as well cause she is just that chill. 

WittyWrath wrote:

Me and PinkRose talked about it and believe they probably got heat about not doing anything during Nia and Averey's fight which is why they felt they had to take action with this one. They even cut the fight down because they didn't show CeeJai dragging Jenna off the couch. CeeJai likely went home because she left Jenna with bruises and a black eye but they also knew the cast and viewers would flip out if Jenna wasn't punished which is why they used the incident where she pushed CeeJai as the reason to send her home.

yeah with Portland, I believe BMP was being experimental and allowing the fights to happen without stopping them particularly for this season for ratings reasons. I remember Jordan did a interview with some podcast saying that after him and Marlon had their explosive monkey argument, producers pulled them aside and told them if any physical fights happen during the rest of the season, they will not be around to break them up. Basically saying whatever happens its all on them to stop it. 

I mean the show is called "The Real World" in real life you're not going to have security guards to pull the other person off of you. In real life if you write a check with your mouth and you can't cash it, then you get your ass beat.

That's why Im starting to get annoyed with BGC like why cast girls that are going to fight if you have security guards on call to break it up, let the bitches fight they need to know who the winner is for closure, If not then people just beef about the same shit all season because I never gets truly resolved (i.e. someone gets their ass whooped)

Ceejai is queen.

I support what CeeJai stands for and I commend her for holding it together as long as she did, but something about the way she handles herself leaves a bad taste in my mouth. Even when Jenna wasn't talking crazy, CeeJai would basically antagonize until her until it happened. It's like she was looking for a reason to knock her out, which ... okay, fair enough. I'd probably have reacted the same as soon as Jenna used the word 'coloured' in episode 1, but like ... doesn't that go against the message Ceejai came on the show to bring awareness to? You can't stand against domestic violence and abuse, and then conduct yourself like that. It sucks that she and the others had this weird mob mentality the whole time, because it took away from the real issue and made them out to look like bullies - which I know they're not before someone chimes in. 

What's even more bizarre to me is that no one tried to get CeeJai and Dean out of there when Jenna was talking to her friend. Like, I know Jenna's at fault, but they could literally see CeeJai's blood boiling. If they didn't want a fight to break out, they would have gotten CeeJai into a different room to make sure she didn't get her ass kicked off the show. As a friend, that's the first thing I would've done. Get her and Dean out of there and let Jenna dig her own grave the way she's been doing all season anyway. The world will kick her ass for you. 

Ya'll just be glad they didn't have to fake the fights like BGC and Jersey Shore. Like honestly Ronnie in season 1 fighting that guy at the pier was forced.

The bossip interview had me cackling lmao

Queen Bee. Ready for her to make her grand entrance on The Challenge & regulate.

Also, that interview just confirms that MTV has a whole untouched demographic that they seem to refuse to acknowlege. They would be wise to start paying attention; especially with all the attention RW has been getting from the urban blogs.

Queen Bee. Ready for her to make her grand entrance on The Challenge & regulate.Also, that interview just confirms that MTV has a whole untouched demographic that they seem to refuse to acknowlege. They would be wise to start paying attention; especially with all the attention RW has been getting from the urban blogs.

Truth. WIth the bad ratings this season got they need to be looking into new demographics and such and see how they can get them. But you know they just gonna keep doing the same shit they've been doing.

I haven't watched the Real World in years but this chick stayed on my timeline. It's about time they got rid of the hollow chocolates. It might be worth watching... Nah, It was probably just video hype. Nothing real happens on the real world, anymore.

I haven't watched the Real World in years but this chick stayed on my timeline. It's about time they got rid of the hollow chocolates. It might be worth watching... Nah, It was probably just video hype. Nothing real happens on the real world, anymore.

She was real if nobody else was. She reminds me of the days where they used to cast everyday, down ass AA girls like Heather B., Kameelah, Nicole, etc.

CeeJai was that chick and she never tried out for the show they found her and basically begged her to be on.

And you can tell she's very humble and real. ❤

 

Queen Bee. Ready for her to make her grand entrance on The Challenge & regulate.Also, that interview just confirms that MTV has a whole untouched demographic that they seem to refuse to acknowlege. They would be wise to start paying attention; especially with all the attention RW has been getting from the urban blogs.

She said she played basketball, tennis, and ran track. I had a feeling she played tennis by her snaps but they not ready for CeeJai.

They really do need to pay attention to the demographic this show would be lit if they castes the right people and promoted the way they should.

CeeJai was that chick and she never tried out for the show they found her and basically begged her to be on.And you can tell she's very humble and real. ❤ 

 

_tasha wrote:

I haven't watched the Real World in years but this chick stayed on my timeline. It's about time they got rid of the hollow chocolates. It might be worth watching... Nah, It was probably just video hype. Nothing real happens on the real world, anymore.

She was real if nobody else was. She reminds me of the days where they used to cast everyday, down ass AA girls like Heather B., Kameelah, Nicole, etc.

Kameelah versus Sean/Elka/Montana was EVERYTHING

Can we please get her, dean, and Dione on a challenge. That would be great.

Can we please get her, dean, and Dione on a challenge. That would be great.

 

I think that would be possible since Ceejai doesn't have class until Fall and MTV/BMP likes to have a challenge during the summer however I'm sure Jenna would also be invited.

As a black woman, Ceejai doesn't speak for me. She embarrasses me. As an attorney, I'm glad she'll never be a member of my profession. Keep your hands to yourself. 

As a black woman, Ceejai doesn't speak for me. She embarrasses me. As an attorney, I'm glad she'll never be a member of my profession. Keep your hands to yourself. 

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Yup. Cj is no saint. She's a whiner and a bully. She's no better than Jenna. I hope the world tags both of them. 

Coralfan wrote:

Can we please get her, dean, and Dione on a challenge. That would be great.

 I think that would be possible since Ceejai doesn't have class until Fall and MTV/BMP likes to have a challenge during the summer however I'm sure Jenna would also be invited.

The next challenge is most likely not filming on the summer.

Bellz wrote:

As a black woman, Ceejai doesn't speak for me. She embarrasses me. As an attorney, I'm glad she'll never be a member of my profession. Keep your hands to yourself. 

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Yup. Cj is no saint. She's a whiner and a bully. She's no better than Jenna. I hope the world tags both of them. 

Bye.

hawks08 wrote:

Coralfan wrote:Can we please get her, dean, and Dione on a challenge. That would be great.

 I think that would be possible since Ceejai doesn't have class until Fall and MTV/BMP likes to have a challenge during the summer however I'm sure Jenna would also be invited.

The next challenge is most likely not filming on the summer.

I just died inside. I was hoping they would.

As a black woman, Ceejai doesn't speak for me. She embarrasses me. As an attorney, I'm glad she'll never be a member of my profession. Keep your hands to yourself. 

Oh..

As a black woman, Ceejai doesn't speak for me. She embarrasses me. As an attorney, I'm glad she'll never be a member of my profession. Keep your hands to yourself. 

 

OK just because she made a few mistakes on the show doesn't necessarily mean she's a bad person and shouldn't a lawyer.

Also as a black woman, I feel like Ceejai carried herself very well. Now I agree that she shouldn't have put her hands on Jenna, but honestly I feel like she was pushed to her breaking point.

I wish her all the success in the world.

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