- Pinoy Big Brother: Otso ex-housemate Banjo Dangalan created a huge buzz after he got forced evicted from the said reality show
- The reason behind his forced eviction became really controversial
- Banjo finally explained his side on 'Tonight With Boy Abunda'
Pinoy Big Brother: Otso former housemate Banjo Dangalan recently guested on the Kapamilya show, 'Tonight With Boy Abunda'.
He was given a chance to air his side about the reasons behind his forced eviction in PBB: Otso.
It can be recalled that he was forcibly evicted because of making inappropriate jokes with his fellow housemates.
Aside from that was his strange habit of smelling the hair of the girl housemates.
According to Banjo, he usually gets attracted to girls' hair.
He also added that when he was still inside the PBB house, he had made sure of asking permission to the lady housemates before smelling their hair.
"Kasi po Tito Boy, pag tumitingin ako sa girl, talagang sa buhok po ako na-a-attract."
"Sa loob po ng bahay ni kuya, nag papaalam naman po ako kung pwedeng amuyin."
When he was warned by Big Brother about it, he said that he immediately stopped from doing it.
"Binago ko po, kinausap po ako ni kuya talaga about dyan and humingi po ako ng sorry sa mga female housemate ko po na kasama sa bahay."
Banjo also owned up to his mistake of making insensitive jokes and shared the lessons he learned from it.
"Wag po talagang basta mag bibitaw ng mga jokes hangga't di mo pa kilala yung mga taong nasa harapan mo."
Watch his interview here:
In a previous report by KAMI, Controversial forced eviction of Banjo from PBB: Otso drew mixed reactions.
Pinoy Big Brother Otso is a reality show aired in ABS-CBN. Housemates have to stay inside the house until the day the big winner is determined though text votes and by overcoming challenges inside the house.
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