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Marcus: "BB Allowed Nom Chatter To Help Me Out"

Marcus believes that Big Brother has changed things this week to help him leave the House.

Sat chatting to Freddie and Siavash shortly after midnight, the trio discussed who might have nominated them earlier in the day, and Freddie welcomed the idea that everyone's nomination voting is now transparent.

The entrepreneur was referring to the fact that Big Brother has allowed the housemates to openly discuss nominations from now on, which was supposed to be some kind-of punishment.

About this latest development, which was announced by Big Bruv earlier today, Marcus said: "I think they're gonna' try and help me get out the door, because I think the whole thing, honestly I'm not being bigheaded, but I do think this is a massive bone they've thrown me".

In other words, the window fitter was suggesting that the producers are helping him leave by allowing him to ask for votes, because they know he wants to go.

The thing is, as his peers have pointed-out before, Marcus knows where the door is and could quit at any time if he really wanted to go, just like Saffia, Ken, Tom and Isaac did.

During the conversation, the 35-year-old added that he'd recently told Big Brother he wants to go, but stated that he doesn't want to do anything to deliberately gain nominations, such as argue with, shout at or annoy his peers.

But Siavash told the Londoner he must stay so that they (Freddie, Marcus, Siavash) can support each other. "We need you to stick around for as long as you can," said the Iranian.

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