The story was written earlier this week on a reality show that has been around for 23 seasons.
According to Today, the reality TV show Big Brother Crown a Black winner of a non-celebrity season for the first time in his 23 airing seasons. Xavier prather, a 27-year-old lawyer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Prather won the title after winning by a unanimous 9-0 vote from the House members. In doing so, Prather became the first black winner of the show’s regular version. Tamar braxton was the first black winner when she won Celebrity Big Brother in 2019.
It took 21 years and 23 seasons, but one black was victorious after the final vote. Prather also walked away $ 750,000 richer after defeating Derek frazier. It was also the biggest monetary prize in the show’s history.
âTo be the first black winner in BBUS history is an honor. And that’s something that the individuals of the Cookout came together to make it happen because we felt it was something bigger than this game. Representation is important, âPrather Recount Weekly entertainment after his historic victory.
âAnd now we want little black boys and little black girls to see: Hey, there are ways to be successful. There are ways to make an impact without being an amazing artist or a professional athlete. You can always be successful in other ways. We wanted to show it with this season, and we have succeeded. “
The barbecue Prather refers to was an all-black alliance between him and five other black contestants on the show, Azah Awasum, Derek Frazier, Kyland Young, Hannah Chaddha, and Tiffany Mitchell. Based on that group, and the last two in contention were Prather and Frazier, they managed to make sure that the winner of this season’s “Big Brother” would be a black.