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Contestant Sarah Lacina faced a brief moment of tension with Tai Trang, after the latter appeared to express forgiveness to Varner. Sarah’s rationale was that Jeff’s decision, which eventually resulted in him being fired from his real-life job, went against Zeke’s right to live his own life, the way he wants to.
She explained “I come from a very conservative background, so it’s not very diverse,” giving context for the personal growth she’d made throughout the show, before saying “of course we want to come away with the million dollars, but the metamorphosis I’ve made as a person that I didn’t realise until this minute is invaluable.
“I’m sorry it came out that way but I’m glad that it did.”
“I think I was able to be a little more brave and a little bolder to help others, and also to get over my own fears, and to get over my own, issues and complexes and insecurities with being transgender.”
— SURVIVOR (@survivorcbs) April 13, 2017
Zeke then re-admitted to the cameras that he’s in it to win it, and he expects things to get rough in the lead up to the show’s finale. It appears he’s already overcome a massive, unexpected challenge with the utmost grace, though.
— SURVIVOR (@survivorcbs) April 19, 2017
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