CBB’s Rodrigo Alves shares video of Natalie Nunn using N-word after he was given warning in house4 min read

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He was given a warning and sparked more than 1000 Ofcom complaints after he used the racist word in the house.

And Rodrigo Alves shared a of his former housemate video of Natalie Nunn using the N-word after his explosive exit from the Celebrity Big Brother house. 

The Human Ken Doll, 35, took to his Instagram after leaving the show on Friday night to document his night out with the Bad Girls Club star, who was evicted on the same evening, 33, in London.

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Rodrigo revealed they were having a few drinks, painting the town red and then going to dinner at Mayfair’s Novikov restaurant. 

Yet as the duo shared a luxurious-looking car ride together, which was recorded on his Instagram stories, Natalie sang along to Drake’s Mob Ties and said the lyrics: ‘Ayy sick of these n*****.’ 

The video comes after Rodrigo was given a formal warning over using the racist word twice. 

The plastic surgery fan dropped the N-bombshell during a conversation about his love life, he stated: ‘I prefer n***** boys.’

Rodrigo was slapped with a warning that his language will not be tolerated and he will be dismissed if he uses the word again. 

The Human Ken Doll explosively left the Celebrity Big Brother house on Friday night, with the star exclusively revealing to MailOnline that he removed himself as he ‘could not take anymore’ of the dirty, claustrophobic space. 

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Despite his insistence, Channel 5 bosses insist that the plastic surgery fanatic was removed from the show, stating: ‘After a further incident, Rodrigo has been removed from the Big Brother house and will not be returning.’ 

The bosses’ account of the events, just hours after his departure, he told MailOnline: ‘I demanded to leave. I was going to scale the wall if I wasn’t allowed to leave…

Gone? Human Ken Doll Rodrigo Alves has told MailOnline that he left the Big Brother house on Friday night as he 'could not take anymore' of the dirty, calustrophobic space

Gone? Human Ken Doll Rodrigo Alves has told MailOnline that he left the Big Brother house on Friday night as he 'could not take anymore' of the dirty, calustrophobic space

Gone? Human Ken Doll Rodrigo Alves has told MailOnline that he left the Big Brother house on Friday night as he ‘could not take anymore’ of the dirty, calustrophobic space

‘I didn’t like it. My co-stars were boring, dirty and I had nothing in common with them. I was claustrophobic. I had to get up early and stay up late. I didn’t understand why people were in there. Hardeep was snoring like a hog.’

He continued: ‘I was worried about how I was being edited. I felt it didn’t feel like a TV show… I’m used to being a showman. I was worried about my well-being because I was tired and out of the loop…

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‘I kept going into the pink vanity room to feel more physiologically ready. When I found out Sally Morgan voted for me, I felt betrayed. Chloe never washed up’.

Rodrigo’s stint in the house has been marred with controversy after he was given a formal warning by bosses for using the N-word twice while drunk. 

Hated it: 'I didn't like it. My co-stars were boring, dirty and had nothing in common with them. I was claustrophobic. I had to get up early and stay up late. I didn't understand why people were in there. Hardeep was snoring like a hog'

Hated it: 'I didn't like it. My co-stars were boring, dirty and had nothing in common with them. I was claustrophobic. I had to get up early and stay up late. I didn't understand why people were in there. Hardeep was snoring like a hog'

Hated it: ‘I didn’t like it. My co-stars were boring, dirty and had nothing in common with them. I was claustrophobic. I had to get up early and stay up late. I didn’t understand why people were in there. Hardeep was snoring like a hog’

Regulatory body Ofcom received more than 1000 complaints following the scandalous slur, which he made during a conversation about his love life, stating: ‘I prefer n***** boys’, leading to backlash from fans. 

The episode saw Rodrigo being spoken to by Big Brother the following day, as they gave him a formal and final warning.

Rodrigo admitted: ‘I do understand. Last night I was very excited to be here, and I had quite a lot to drink, and I was intoxicated. I was drunk. In fact I was very drunk, and today I’m very hungover, I’ve been drinking a lot of water.

‘I obviously regret that, the fact that I used the N-word. That was not necessary at all. It was just excitement, I’d had quite a lot to drink.’

He confirmed he was scared of how he was coming across in public, particularly after the scandal which he confessed he ‘couldn’t get past’.  

Rodrigo’s claims that he left come as he voiced his concerns for what the show was doing for his mental health – insisting he was struggling deeply. 

He took to Instagram to share the MailOnline article alongside the caption: ‘It was a great experience while in the CBB house thank you all for the love and support…

‘After Natalie left I started to think how I was getting seen by the public after making a language mistake while DRUNK.  I am deeply sorry to have let the viewers down and my Fans now I just need to have some ice cream and rest’.

Shocker: Insiders told The Sun the plastic surgery fanatic was furious at the departure of his pal, leading to a diva strop and his departure from the Borehamwood bolthole just hours after Friday night's live eviction

Shocker: Insiders told The Sun the plastic surgery fanatic was furious at the departure of his pal, leading to a diva strop and his departure from the Borehamwood bolthole just hours after Friday night's live eviction

Shocker: Insiders told The Sun the plastic surgery fanatic was furious at the departure of his pal, leading to a diva strop and his departure from the Borehamwood bolthole just hours after Friday night’s live eviction