Though she criticizes house guests for "completely inappropriate" comments, Zuckerman is not afraid to do the same
"Big Brother" house guests Aaryn Gries and GinaMarie Zimmerman have already felt the consequences after letting racial slurs fly on the CBS reality show — and a new video compilation suggests competitor Amanda Zuckerman may be next.
"She wore my f—in' head band and didn't ask," Zuckerman says, while talking about African American housemate Candice Stewart. "She took it off your f—in' head and put it on her greasy-ass, nappy-hair head."
In another racially insensitive moment captured on camera, Zuckerman asks another house guest to report back to her after talking to Howard Overby, another African American competitor on the program.
"I'm intrigued to hear what the black mamba's got to say," Zuckerman says, before referring to him as "the dark knight."
"That's racist," another cast member immediately informs her, but Zuckerman argues back, "That's not racist."
While Zuckerman does not appear to completely understand what is and is not racist, she's been very vocal about accusing others, like Gries, of making racist remarks.
"I'd say on top of Aaryn being a raging bitch, she's very naive and sheltered, and she makes comments that are completely inappropriate where she makes fun of other people for what they look like and their ethnicity," Zuckerman says during a candid confessional. "And I think it's going to hurt her a lot — in the game and outside the game."
Gries, a 22-year-old college student, was fired from her modeling agency after making derogatory comments about gay, Asian American and African-American houseguests on the show's live feed. Zimmerman, 32, lost her job as an East Coast USA Pageant coordinator for using the N-word.
Find out what else Zuckerman, a real estate agent based in Florida, has to say in the compilation video, below: