Gee, this season's Big Brother contestants sure know how to keep it classy.
Less than two weeks after two of the houseguests were fired from their day jobs for racist and homophobic comments shown on CBS.com's live feed — those same two players engaged in a very racially charged argument with an African-American contestant.
The feud started when Candice Stewart complained that someone had flipped over her mattress and thrown her pillows on the floor. "I know somebody got one more time to flip my bed and it's going to be all hell in this house," she said.
Aaryn Gries then began finger-snapping and challenging Stewart to fight her while using a tone and dialect that seemed to mock African-Americans. "Whatcha gonna do, gurl? I want to see it raaght now," Gries retorted. "Where's yo class?"
GinaMarie Zimmerman then went a few steps further by getting in Stewart's face and trying to provoke her. "You want the black to come out?" she asked. The fight ended when African-American houseguest Howard Overby physically picked up Stewart and carried her out of the room. Show producers did their part to fan the flames, titling the YouTube video of the argument "Jessie & Candice vs. The Racists [UNCUT]."
Gries and Zimmerman were both let go from their day jobs — at a modeling agency and at East Coast USA Pageant, respectively — following their first round of offensive comments, which were later featured in a "Worst Of" compilation on Sunday's episode.
Longtime host Julie Chen said this week that she was "stung" by their "ugly" remarks.
Watch the argument below:
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