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Bea And Marcus Clash Over 'Negativity' Accusations
When Bea and Charlie admitted to Marcus that they'd stolen
some of Freddie's booze tonight, it turned into a lengthy
argument over Bea's buzzword: 'negativity'.
"You can't 'nick his stuff, that's not cool," said
Marcus, commenting on the cider theft, but in response Bea
just spat: "Well, Freddie's not cool". And when
Bea said that nominee Freddie will likely be going on Friday
anyway, Marcus opined that he thought she was going to be
positive from now on, which started Bea off on a rant about
not being 'put in a negative box'.
Earlier in the evening, Bea told Charlie: "Generally,
I do get along with people really easily," and then mentioned
Freddie, but claimed that she didn't want to sound like she
was bitching. But that didn't stop the vitriolic 24-year-old
dubbing the entrepreneur a 'noddy', a tw*t, a bloody annoyance
and an absolute numpty while chatting to Marcus.
The bitchy recruitment consultant then stated that she won't
be made to feel like a negative person for speaking her mind,
but Marcus re-iterated that her behaviour is definitely not
positive, and warned her to expect a backlash when she gets
out. However, Bea simply refused to accept that millions of
people might agree with him.
As the bust-up rumbled-on and Bea continued to refute the
negativity accusations, Marcus accused the recruitment consultant
of always bringing-up Freddie and of trying to manipulate
people by putting her negative ideas out there, moaning and
making derogatory comments.
The 35-year-old also accused Bea of being dismissive, sticking
with her view no matter what, and of always telling people
to shut up, something she would soon prove him right on.
Major 'suck-up' Charlie attempted to mediate, saying that
Bea felt victimised and bullied by ex-pals Freddie, Marcus
and Siavash, but many fans have seen it a different way, outraged
that Bea has been allowed to bully Freddie recently.
Indeed, Bea tried to play the victim, saying that Marcus'
accusations about her being negative were unfair, but when
mediator Charlie said that tomorrow is another day, Bea displayed
her usual dismissive attitude, snapping: "I'm going inside.
I don't want to talk about it any more".
"I'd actually prefer, Marcus, if you just stayed away
from me and don't give me any of your opinions," added
Bea, doing exactly what she did to Freddie recently. She then
took it one step further, telling the window fitter: "You
(can) wrap yourself up in negativity and think whatever you
like about me, just don't tell me about it... you can tell
the same to Freddie and Siavash, I just want them to stay
away from me".
There you go. She did exactly what Marcus said... she was
dismissive, told him she didn't want to talk about it any
more and refused to consider someone else's opinion.
During the drawn-out conversation – where the words
'negative' and 'negativity' were used a million times –
Bea got upset, blamed Marcus for making her cry, said that
she felt like quitting, and called Marcus a bully. And yes,
that is rich coming from her.
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