The Challenge star says Dee Nguyen should still be on the show

Dee Nguyen


Dee Nguyen

Fans of The Challenge will remember the rollercoaster ride of the show’s 35th season, which saw competitor Dee Nguyen publicly fired from MTV halfway through the season’s airing. The Australian reality star made some offensive comments on social media about the Black Lives Matter movement in June 2020, prompting MTV to announce it was cutting ties with her. She was then cut from the rest of the season.

Aneesa Ferreira recently addressed the way MTV has handled the situation, saying she is “indecisive” about how the network should proceed but that she has “issues” with what happened specifically with Dee. A few weeks ago, Chris “Swaggy C” Williams also spoke out about the situation, saying he doesn’t want Dee to be banned for life.

Swaggy appeared on the Mike Lewis Podcast and shared,”[Dee] said this [joke] in the midst of everything that was going on with George Floyd and the protest, so it was really, really aggravated.” He added:

I think it was handled correctly [by MTV]. My only problem and Bayleigh [Dayton]First of all, the only problem we had was that we didn’t want Dee to get banned at all. Nobody knows that. Second, if she got banned, we didn’t want her banned for life.

The Big Brother alum said the network “could have banned her for [seasons] 36 and 37, and then [she’d] come back for 38.”

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Swaggy expressed regret for some of his comments to Dee

Swaggy C at The Challenge Total Madness Experience, Dee, Bayleigh, Day Trading and more! EP #148Chris “Swaggy C” Williams is my guest for episode 148. Swaggy walks me through his preparations to become a new dad, why he abruptly retired from reality TV at the age of 26, his experiences on Total Madness, the Dee situation, act tag, and when he knew Bayleigh was right for him, and…2022-06-10T18:00:05Z

Swaggy also shared his Podcast Appearance that he was “very, very upset” at Dee’s joke but later regretted some of his comments about his Total Madness co-star. He said he tweeted something like, “Her mom doesn’t know she’s on TV and she tells her mom she’s a marketer and lives a double life.”

Swaggy told Mike Lewis, “I’m not proud of this stuff, I’m not happy about it at all. I regret stuff like that.” He added, “I really, really wish she just got suspended so she could go on now because she was a great challenger,” sharing that Dee was his and Bayleigh’s closest friend off-season during the season the “Big Brother” graduates and they genuinely cared about her welfare.

Swaggy now resides in Puerto Rico and is expecting his first child with Bayleigh

Since his time on The Challenge, Swaggy has been busy with his wife, his Challenge and Big Brother alum Bayleigh. The two recently moved to Puerto Rico and announced that they are expecting their first child together, with Bayleigh expected any day.

Swaggy C shared on Instagram that they just moved into a “mansion on the island.” He shared that going to California is temporary, but “Puerto Rico is not temporary. All my stuff, my family and everything is over here. Our child will be born here.” The couple also announced that they are expecting a baby girl.

He added on Instagram: “We decided to call her Alora Leigh. Alora, I swear I’m going to be the best dad ever! I will spoil you, raise you right and give you the childhood I never had. I can’t wait to see your face in a few weeks.”

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