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Celebrity Big Brother fans call for ‘Dapper Laughs’ to be REMOVED

Some Celebrity Big Brother viewers think so-called comedian Dapper Laughs should be removed.

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Fans have accused the comic – real name Daniel O’Reilly – of being sexist and even homophobic following the latest highlights from the house.

His comments about and towards a number of the women in the house have left many far from amused.

One moment in last night’s show proved particularly controversial, as the housemates played a game.

He branded Ashley James and Jess Impiazzi “f**king lesbians” after neither said they’d want to date him.

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Many watching on from home were far from impressed by the remark, even if those in the house didn’t seem to care.

“#Daniel saying ‘f**king lesbians’ because neither girl fancied him is just a new low. What an absolute gimp. #cbb why did no one say anything?!” posted one viewer.

One tweeted: “‘F**king Lesbians’ – #CBBDaniel is f**king vile. Amanda should have run over and decked him #CBB”

Others went further and called for Dapper to be kicked out after a string of ‘offensive’ remarks.

“can dapper laughs get kicked out constant objectification of women and that “f**king lesbians” comment has got right on my nerves #cbb,” one fan complained.

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However others defended the comedian.

@LJay815 tweeted: “Christ almighty, Daniel made a joke. Just because it has the word “lesbians” in it doesn’t mean you need to all go on a moral outrage.

“It was a tongue in cheek laugh that poked more fun at himself than anyone else. I do wonder how perfect y’all think you are.#cbb”

Another agreed: “The do gooders are out in force tonight. Not a fan of Daniel but ffs he’s messing about calling the girls lesbians. Stop being offended by everything ? #cbb”

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Celebrity Big Brother 2018 continues nightly on Channel 5.

Daniel is one of five housemates currently up for eviction, ahead of a twist on Thursday and a double eviction on Friday.

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