November 28, 2022

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‘Double Occupancy’: Intimidation Encourages Candidates, Charles ‘The Leader’

'Double Occupancy': Intimidation Encourages Candidates, Charles 'The Leader'

Richard Martino on QUB Radio at the microphone, Charles Montigny, former candidateDual careerOn Friday he criticized the hypocrisy of the reality show’s production, saying it encourages participants to engage in “inappropriate”, “toxic” and “threatening” behaviour.

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“I see a lot of hypocrisy in the productDual career” said former candidate Charles MontignyOD with us.

“I’m willing to put my hand in the fire to admit that the product is now encouraging behaviors that expose it as toxic,” said the former social worker.

Charles Montigny was the laughing stock of social networks in his time OD with us For repeatedly saying that the boys are the “leader” of the house.

“In the interview, I was deliberately encouraged to repeat that I am a leader in the Houses, he revealed. In Confessionals, researchers, thinkers and even the host of the show put things in your head, then they do it with a big smile on their face.

“They said, ‘How do you feel about being a leader?’ Charles explained. The young man took the question and, according to him, had to answer it in the same terms, in a way to push him into this role that people made fun of.

Regarding the current situation surrounding the three excluded due to threats, Charles Montigny is nuanced. “I’m not saying they don’t have bad behavior, but they’re in an environment where most people wouldn’t be themselves.”

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“It brings up, I wouldn’t say ‘trauma’ because the word is a bit intense, but it brings up negative thoughts,” he admitted.

The hardest part for him is getting positive feedback from the product about sometimes “strange or inappropriate” behavior.

“TO ODThe feedback you get is not about being a good person, but about a good performance,” Charles says.