In honor of Black Historical past Month, E! is speaking to Black actuality present contestants to disclose what it is actually like being a minority on TV.
J’Tia Hart knew precisely what she was doing when she infamously dumped her ravenous tribe’s rice provide within the fireplace on Survivor: Cayagan.
“Let me be sincere, I’m dramatic. My associates know that, my household is aware of that and that’s the reason I used to be casted,” she not too long ago informed E! Information. “That’s completely my character. I used to be like, if I am going dwelling, I am going out with a bang. I wasn’t in a rage, I did it to be outrageous.”
What the nuclear engineer did not know, nevertheless, was how the longrunning CBS actuality sequence would painting her admittedly over-the-top actions.
“I by no means thought I might be portrayed the way in which I noticed myself on TV as a result of that is not the way in which I see myself,” Hart, 39, recalled. “I do not assume that I’m mentally in poor health, in any manner, form or type and I do not assume I am, like, incompetent.”