Yikes. That’s one way to describe Kyland Young’s memorable and not in a good way exit from the Big Brother house during the live eviction on Thursday, September 23. The account executive, 30, got into a heated conversation with Head of Household Xavier Prather after being blindsided when he didn’t use the veto on him and Derek Frazier then cast the sole vote to evict.

Yikes. That’s one way to describe Kyland Young’s memorable – and not in a good way – exit from the Big Brother house during the live eviction on Thursday, September 23.

The account executive, 30, got into a heated conversation with Head of Household Xavier Prather after being blindsided when he didn’t use the veto on him and Derek Frazier then cast the sole vote to evict.

Kyland took some low blows, even bringing up Xavier’s family on his way out the door. Host Julie Chen Moonves actually had to yell at him to exit the house, and it seems the California native doesn’t regret what he said.

“I’m a very literal person. I wouldn’t say blunt because I think blunt sometimes lacks honesty,” Kyland tells Us Weekly exclusively. “As far as literal, I look at the words that I said to Xavier, and I hope that other people do the same. Him and I had had extensive conversations about people that we admire such as Kobe Bryant and Goku, and specifically how we love that they are people who face their competition head on, one-on-one, at their best.”

“I called out how this move proved that that was untrue,” Kyland continues. “The words that I said aren’t something I regret because objectively they were true. Did I realize that they would also strike a chord? Of course, you got to have some fun on your way out.

But as far as my word choice, I feel good about that because I know that if you run it back and look at the actual words used, there was nothing I said that wasn’t objectively true, given the context of the conversations that Xavier and I had.”

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