‘Big Brother Canada’ Stars Susanne & Minh-Ly Keep The Drama Going After Leaving The House

"Everyone knew she was SketchySue" 👀
The show is over but the drama continues! Big Brother Canada's Minh-Ly Nguyen-Cao called out Susanne Fuda and Angie Tackie online. Fuda even responded and kept the fire burning.

The show is over but the drama continues! Big Brother Canada's Minh-Ly Nguyen-Cao called out Susanne Fuda and Angie Tackie online. Fuda even responded and kept the fire burning.

Season eight of the series began in early March but didn't get to run through to its end. Last week the season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing contestants to go back to the safety of their own homes.

For the few short weeks the show aired on TV, we got to watch quite a bit of drama and clashing personalities.

It was so dramatic that there was only one group-voted elimination! Houseguest Micheal Stubley was voted off in the second week, following Nico Vera's self eviction in the very first week. After that, Jamar Lee and Kyle Rozendal both got removed for breaching house rules within days of each other. 

Towards the end, we saw Carol Rosher pleading for the other contestants to vote her off so that she could leave the house the way she wanted to. But others were very intent on evicting Nguyen-Cao instead. 

The final episode of the reality series will air tomorrow, giving us closure and a chance to say goodbye to the houseguests.

Though they've been back home for nearly a week, it seems they're using their online platforms to post commentary about the game and other houseguests. 

On her Instagram, Nguyen-Cao posted a series of photos about Fuda and Tackie.

A screenshot from a text message she sent reads, "Sue was the fakest b*tch in the whole season. She thought she had everybody in her corner. Everyone knew she was SketchySue and scared sh*tless of me. Her and Angie banded together because they shared an obsession over the Queen."

Nguyen-Cao continued, "Both of them loooooved keeping my name in their mouths CONSTANTLY. Angie was hating and jealous because her thirsty ass was desperately trying to get into a showmance and she was seething whenever I had the male attention in the house. She had pawn and floater engraved on her forehead. Funny how this grown ass woman calls me a little girl but yet is still living at home and can't cook a meal to save the life of her."

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The 28-year-old didn't specify who the message was sent to.

Nguyen-Cao followed it with another post that reads, "@susannefuda Don't DM me talking about you want to do a live together after you just talked shit about me w @angiebbcan8. YOU are FAKE and a CLOUT CHASER. BYE."

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She also posted a clip of her listening to Mariah Carey's "Obsessed" and tagged Fuda and Tackie. 

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Fuda responded to Nguyen-Cao's accusations on her Instagram stories.

In the videos she says, "This message is to Minh. I don't know how much time you have on your hands but I'm here trying to get my life together and focus on my family and friends. I am not clout chasing. I really don't give a sh*t. I probably talked to Angie about how much I didn't like your game and I'll tell you that right to your face."

The 24-year-old continued, "If you have anything to say to me instead of mentioning me in your story, just send me a message and be mature about it. Hope you have a great day, hope you have a good life, and keep me the f**k out of it." 

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Tackie hasn't responded to Nguyen-Cao's post.

The final episode of season eight will show the contestants finding out about the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic. Global TV's Twitter calls it an "emotional goodbye".

Watch the season finale of Big Brother Canada on Wednesday, April 1 at 7 p.m. ET on Global.