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It seems that the contestants of the new season of "Big Brother" came this time more prepared than ever in terms of social networks, and chose in advance who will manage their pages when they enter the house and are cut off from the outside world. And so didYanky Goldhaber, who left a special video for followers posted today on his page with a special message and a request for viewers.
Goldbehar, who describes himself as a "Hasidic Jew," comes from a large ultra-Orthodox family, and anticipated the storm that his entrance into the house would cause: "Apparently some of you raise an eyebrow and wonder how I could have done this thing and gone to the brother's house? I didn't want to give up this experience or this dream and I just wanted to be me," he explained, adding: "I'm here to show masses of boys and girls from our ultra-Orthodox sector that you don't have to break the boundaries, you can remain the giants of the Hasidic and at the same time go to the most well-known house in the country, it's not contradictory."
After the brief explanation, he made an emotional plea to his followers not to hurt his family, and to save the bad comments for the moment he left the house: "I ask you, please, if you have a comment that might be offensive, or a little offensive, please don't write it, I beg. Wait for me when I go outside, and then say everything and write everything down. Right now only my environment will be harmed by this and they don't deserve it."
Voila! Celebs have long lived in a closed house by choice, but only to avoid meeting others.
- reality television
- Big Brother