The drama continues! During last night’s episode, fans were supposed to see Jamar Lee’s exit on Big Brother Canada play out on camera. The house meeting that sparked the drama leading up to the decision to remove Lee was not aired on the show, but fans saw it play out on the BBCAN live feeds and it has sparked outrage, to say the least.\nEarlier this week, ET Canada broke the news that the decision had been made to remove Lee from the BBCAN house for a “breach of house rules”. The ejection came after the 24-year-old allegedly threatened fellow houseguest, Kyle Rozendal.\nAnother houseguest, Vanessa Clements, also said that she felt “uncomfortable” by Lee’s comments during the house meeting, prompting production to come to the final decision to pull the Ajax, Ontario native from the rest of the game.\n“We at Global and Insight Productions take the rules of this competition seriously and with respect to all houseguests past and present, the confines of the Big Brother house can be trying, sometimes leading to a clash of opinions and emotions in an isolated environment,” Global and Insight Productions said in a statement.\n“We handle these situations with care and caution, protecting the well-being of our houseguests and ensuring the integrity of this long-standing production.”\nJamar apologizes for making anyone uncomfortable and says he's just upset. Vanessa says she's very uncomfortable. Jamar & Kyle argue. #GoofyAssKyle #BBCAN8 pic.twitter.com/lnBj1eIjwH— Tooms (@Tooms_BB) March 16, 2020\nWhen word of Lee’s removal of the house hit social media, fans were quick to express their disappointment with how the situation was handled—some even said that they would quit watching the show.\n“Jamar made the show and now that they removed him there’s really no point in watching, I really hope minorities stop applying for these shows that don’t protect or support us #IStandWithJamar #BBCAN8,” one person tweeted.\nJamar made the show and now that they removed him there’s really no point in watching, I really hope minorities stop applying for these shows that don’t protect or support us #IStandWithJamar #BBCAN8 pic.twitter.com/nV2OI9vQVP— s ⚡️ (@loverants_) March 17, 2020\nThe removal of Jamar Lee was wrong. From here, I am done supporting big brother Canada; this includes using the hashtag to tweet, watching the live feeds and the episodes. I can no longer go on supporting a racist show. RT to take a stand and mean it #IStandWithJamar pic.twitter.com/CmdJadVBJW— yas #istandwithjamar (@Adoomies2) March 17, 2020\njamar has been removed from the house because kyle and vanessa said they felt uncomfortable with his comments and thought they were threatening I AM SO DONE WITH THIS SEASON ALREADY #BBCAN8 pic.twitter.com/k5qA8oZyvD— darren (@darrenbtw) March 17, 2020\nHad to make a twitter comeback after 2+ years upon hearing this #BBCAN8 news! To say Jamars removal from the game is upsetting & unfortunate would be an understatement.This is a much bigger conversation than just a houseguest being expelled for poor behaviour....— Dr. Naeha Sareen (@NaehaSareen) March 17, 2020\nIf you continue to watch #BBCAN8 after they removed Jamar you’re part of the problem. #IStandWithJamar— ♏️~not today~♏️ (@realkaijames) March 17, 2020\nwait people are actually watching #BBCAN8 after the shit they pulled couldn’t be me pic.twitter.com/6eHwwCOHsL— ronnie (@ronnie12256) March 19, 2020\nNotice how nobody is talking about #BBCAN8 since Jamar was expelled? That’s some straight up power right there #IStandWithJamar— shane (@seriouslysh) March 19, 2020\nProduction sent Jamar home and then gave the cast a party... if you continue to watch at this point you are the complete and total issue. This calls for an immediate boycott and also we must tweet their sponsors and let them know we are outraged. #BBCAN8— Dee (@lala_jay2) March 17, 2020\nI'm uncomfortable watching the rest of the season. #BBCAN8— Aman Adwin (@AmanAdwin) March 17, 2020\nLee also commented on the incident in Global’s statement, saying, “I take full responsibility for my actions – I lost my cool and that’s not okay. I’ve always stood behind what I believe in and I’m sorry if I let people down. I want to thank everyone for their love and support, it really means a lot… this isn’t the last of me! You feel me?”\nBig Brother Canada airs tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT. It’s unclear whether Lee’s exit will be formally addressed in this episode or not.