It has not been long since the Big Brother 24’s houseguests moved into the house, but Paloma Aguilar believes she has already outsmarted the game. Longtime viewers of the show know that Big Brother is an intricate game. Even some superfans who played the game have not even been able to unfold it. Despite this, Paloma believes she has outsmarted the game in less than one week of living inside the house.
Paloma, along with 15 other brand new Big Brother houseguests, entered the secluded abode just one week ago. The California native entered the game full of energy and ready to give it her all. After being covered in blue paint during her first Big Brother competition, Paloma found herself in the middle of the season’s first twist. Paloma was one of the few houseguests chosen to be a part of Big Brother’s Backstage Pass twist. Despite not being able to be nominated, Paloma, along with the other Backstage Pass holders, is not guaranteed safety.
Despite being inside the house for less than one week, Paloma believes she has already outsmarted the Big Brother game. According to Cinema Blend, Paloma was caught on the live feeds admitting how she found a loophole in the game. Confident in her gameplay so far, Paloma began to explain what she plans to do with the $700,000 grand prize should she win the game at the end of the summer. She was spotted chatting with her close ally, Alyssa Snider, about the cash prize. Paloma revealed, “I know we can’t share the money, I know we cant split the money, but I tell you I will invest in you because I believe in you. $750,000 is not mine, it’s all of ours.”
As longtime viewers know, Big Brother implements strict rules on the houseguests. One of these rules includes not sharing any cash prize with fellow houseguests. During the conversation with Alyssa, Paloma made it known that she was well aware of this rule; however, she found a way around it. Instead of directly giving her fellow houseguests a portion of her earnings, she plans on investing money in each of their businesses. Paloma went on to promise several houseguests this, confident in the fact that she will win this season. She believes Big Brother can not punish her for investing in her fellow houseguests’ businesses since she is not giving them the money directly.
Although this is a generous offer, Paloma may not get away with her master plan. Longtime Big Brother live-feed viewers may recall that many past players have had this idea as well, such as Vanessa Rousso from Big Brother season 17. Many past houseguests that have made similar claims have been reprimanded by production and advised to stop discussing the topic. While Paloma may be confident that she will win this season of Big Brother, there is still a ton of game left to be played.