'Big Brother' just premiered and Twitter is already calling out its racism

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Night two of the Big Brother season 21 premiere aired Wednesday night and caused a lot of negative social media buzz when contestant David Alexander was banished from the house before the first Head of Household competition even took place.

The first-ever Big Brother camp director, named Jackson Michie, had to choose four contestants to banish from the house and, while Michie seemed to have his own competition-related reasons for picking Cliff Hogg III, Kemi Fakunle, Jessica Milagros and Alexander, Twitter had another opinion.

One person tweeted:

While others posted:

In the diary room, Alexander told the audience, "The reason I wanted to win, the reason I wanted to compete and be on this show, I want to be the first, like, black person to win Big Brother. I wanted to represent African-American culture in a different light. I wanted to show that. I wanted to show it."

Alexander's confession had Twitter even more upset about his too-soon eviction.

Fortunately, this may not be the last time we see Alexander, as host Julie Chen Moonves told him that he's only out of the house "for now."

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