Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Ginuwine Avoids Transgender Woman's Kiss on 'Celebrity Big Brother'

Ginuwine Avoids Transgender Woman's Kiss on 'Celebrity Big Brother'

Celebrity Big Brother viewers were furious following Monday night's dramatic show, after transgender newsreaders India Willoughby broke down in tears as Andrew Brady dressed up in drag.

Katie made the statement whilst the panel discussed India and Jonny Mitchell being nominated for the first public vote on Friday.

I think Ashley is only entertaining the whole ginuwine thing bc she knows it will get her more camera time.

Singer Ginuwine faced accusations of being transphobic after he spurned the advances of a transgender woman on Big Brother UK.

Price continued, trying to explain that she had just become "bored" of Willoughby, who has begun to describe herself as the pantomime villain of the house.

One viewer was quick to ask: "How does Malika know that Khloe Kardashian tweeted that??", whilst another added: "Own up BB who tipped Malika off about Khloe tweeting about her?"

She claimed to have a "phobia" of men in drag - meaning her odds to be evicted are 1-7.

Dapper interjected: "Do they want to see more conflict?"

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I've honestly never heard anyone speak so eloquently about LGBT rights with the patience (of a saint!) and respect Shane just has.

Shane responded by reminding India that women like India have actually been "uplifted" by the community.

India said: "Exactly, people have done very well out of that but I wouldn't do it as a game play, it's just too obvious when you do something deliberate".

He said: "Me and Ashley made a great connection last night and I think she'll probably be like a friend that I'll probably talk to a lot".

Fans of RuPaul's Drag Race were delighted to see drag queen Courtney Act (real name Shane Jenek) enter the house on Saturday - she even gave us the first really iconic moment of the season when her skirt ripped off during her introduction.

Despite Andrew apologising for upsetting her, India went on to reveal why she was so annoyed - but left viewers shocked by comparing drag to the racist Black And White Minstrels Show which aired in the 50s, 60s and 70s.

One CBB viewer tweeted: 'It's awesome how India has an incredible phobia of drag queens.

"I am one hundred percent sure that we are living with a victim".

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