Chris “Swaggy C” is an outspoken and rebellious Paul fan who hopes to take home the Big Brother 20 $500,000. The 23-year-old day trader from Connecticut thinks that he won’t have any problems navigating the Big Brother house and game.
Chris “Swaggy C” Williams
Hometown: Bridgeport, Conn.
Current City: Bridgeport, Conn.
Occupation: Day Trader
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Three adjectives that describe you: Outspoken, rebellious and analytical
Favorite Activities: Playing basketball, working out, traveling and entertaining people on my Snapchat
What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house: No connection to the outside world for 3 months. Being on technology and getting information every single second to being in a house with a million cameras and no connection to the outside world is a big difference…. but I’m prepared for it and that will be the only difficult part. Whatever happens INSIDE the house won’t be difficult.
Which past Big Brother cast member did you like most: aul, Paul, Paul. That man got robbed of a million dollars. He is a top 5 Big Brother Player of all time and he didn’t even WIN. He’s better than EVERY SINGLE winner over the last 12 years aside from Derrick, Evel Dick, Dan, and Rachel, and I didn’t even like Derrick’s game.
Do you have a strategy for winning the game: Of course.
My life’s motto is: Be yourself and things will fall right into place. Be somebody else and things will fall right on your face. Yes, I made that up myself. But it’s a real life motto for me. At the end of the day, I tend to be SWAGGY and never try to imitate someone else.
What would you take into the house and why: A basketball so I can dribble even though there isn’t a hoop.
Books to read. I don’t care if I read them already, I’m addicted to reading self-help, life, finance and business books. They help me stay educated and keep my mind working.
A notebook so I can write down how long I’ve been in the Big Brother house, and also how long certain competitions are, who got evicted on what day it was (Day 11, for example). I have a photographic memory so you really don’t want to ask me: “How many seconds did the OTEV competition last for.” If I knew it lasted for 45 minutes, I’d just multiple 45 and 60 in my head which is obviously 2700 seconds. Don’t ask someone with a photographic memory who excels at math (finance) those kind of questions. HOH tiebreakers would be too easy!
Fun facts about yourself:
- I have a photographic memory.
- I’m taking swimming lessons.
- I hate spending any time at the beach.