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Big Brother: Hannah Chaddah Calls Azah ‘Naive’ Following Her Eviction

Hannah Chaddha called Azah Awasum “naive” after she was evicted from the Big Brother house Thursday night. Hannah followed Tiffany Mitchell to jury.

Hannah Chaddha is calling Azah Awasum “naive” following her eviction from the Big Brother house. Hannah was blindsided when she was sent out the front door Thursday night. Initially, Hannah survived the first eviction of the night which sent her best ally Tiffany Mitchell to the jury house. Then, after Azah won the Head of Household competition, Hannah was the second houseguest evicted during the double eviction.

For the first time in Big Brother history, the remaining houseguests were faced with two weeks of back-to-back double evictions. On Wednesday, September 15, the Big Brother live-feeds went down for a long period of time. What fans later learned was that the houseguests were actually filming the double eviction a day early. While the feeds were down, there was a technical error in which viewers could hear the audio of the houseguests even though they still could not see them. In the leaked audio, the houseguest as well as production could be heard allegedly practicing the veto competition. The feeds then remained down until after Thursday night’s two-hour episode aired.

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Although Hannah fought her heart out during the double eviction, she ultimately could not convince Kyland Young and Xavier Prather to keep her in the house. Now, she is calling Azah “naive” after she used her very first Head of Household win to kick Hannah out of the house. Following her eviction, Hannah shared her thoughts on Azah’s decision in an interview with Us Weekly. She said, “I believe that Azah made a $750,000 mistake by targeting me.” Hannah, who played a pretty low-key Big Brother game, went on to explain that Azah was “naive” for believing she and Derek Fraizer are each other’s number ones inside the house.

Hannah sitting behind Derek X. hugging him on Big Brother.

Hannah is not happy that Azah took away her chance of winning the $750K grand prize. In addition to this, Hannah also believes that by being the one to blame for her eviction, Azah has “also cemented her loss.” Hannah predicts that Azah will soon be joining her in the jury house. Although Hannah did not win the game, she was a part of making Big Brother history this season. She, and the rest of the Cookout alliance succeeded in making it to the final six together. In doing so, they guaranteed that the show would have it’s first ever Black winner. When asked about it, Hannah said, “We all did what we came to do. We accomplished our goal and that’s what’s most important to me.” She also noted that she is “proud of” what she accomplished this summer.

Both Hannah and Tiffany will soon be joining Britini D’Angelo, Derek Xiao, Sarah Beth Steagall, Claire Rehfuss and Alyssa Lopez in the jury house. Similar to how the remaining houseguests were shocked by a second double eviction this week, the jurors will be shocked to see two more former houseguests joining them so soon. In just two short weeks, all of the jurors will come together to vote for a winner of Big Brother 23.

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Big Brother 23 airs Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8pm EST on CBS.

Source: Us Weekly

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