Darnell: "Big Brother House Is Worse Than Prison"
At around midnight tonight, Darnell regaled the group with
tales of US prison life.
The former bad boy, who was born in the UK but raised in
the USA, was deported from America 18 months ago, reportedly
for being involved in gang culture.
And referencing his own experience of doing porridge, the
26-year-old first explained the difference between jail and
prison, saying that 'perps' go to jail for anything
from one day to 365 days, but go to prison for sentences
of 366 days to life.
The albino music man went-on to explain what the difference
is between State and Federal prison, dubbing the former 'pretty
Taking the mick', Mohamed asked Darnell if he ever dropped
the soap in the showers when he was locked-up, but Darnell
just admitted that he had to clean the showers regularly.
There followed lots of talk about prison currency, with Darnell
explaining that inmates will swap scoops of coffee for phone
cards. Darnell also mentioned that he got the chance to read
Shakespeare in prison.
And about being nice to the prison guards, the St Louis songwriter
suggested that it wasn't worth it because, like Big Bro, the
screws won't treat you any better for it.
A fascinated Rex was surprised that Darnell was happy to
appear on the Big Brother show given his experience, adding,
"You got out of prison, and now you're back in prison".
In response, Darnell said that being in the Big Brother House
is actually worse... because it contains (flirty) women!
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