Mon. May 16th, 2022

Shylla of SAS: Who Dares Wins shed tears in a Sunday episode after being labeled as the most “unreliable” by other recruits.

The Channel 4 show began with instructors asking participants to publicly disclose who they considered the most untrustworthy in their group.

Shylla was heartbroken by being voted the most unreliable by other recruits.


Shylla was heartbroken by being voted the most unreliable by other recruits.Credit: BBC
She was in tears after finishing the first work on Tonight's episode.


She was in tears after finishing the first work on Tonight’s episode.Credit: BBC

Shylla’s struggled to hold back her tears as her name was repeatedly chosen by fellow recruits.

The 33-year-old semi-professional footballer was emotional when new instructor Remi Adeleke pulled her aside to chat.

She explained that her “dreadful shyness” is often mistaken for rudeness.

The recruit then hid his face from the camera as tears ran down his cheeks.

Despite her setbacks, the incident forced her to face the way racism for the rest of her life forced her to withdraw, and she spoke about how her social unrest had affected her.

The instructors admitted they wanted to get into Shylla’s head and push her to do better.

Recruiter No. 18, Shira, shared a touching moment with Remy in a powerful mirror room interview.

“I’m so misunderstood by people that it’s hard to start a conversation. She’s always been the talker when they talk to Remi and Rudy Reyes.

“When I was just a black girl, I had the stereotype that I was an angry black girl. And I was always bullied and emotional.

“So I find it easier to be quiet and not reacting gradually without expressing myself.

“Because every time I react, it feels like someone is telling me to calm down before I even say a word.

“That ugly black girl was that kind of person, and I didn’t have confidence in myself.”

Remy asked her to hold out her arms and pointed out that they were both ‘same color’.

He explained that he was still being judged, but he had trained himself so that it didn’t affect him.

“The last thing I’ll do is allow it to affect the rest of my time, because when I do I’m allowing racism to win. Do you understand that?” he told Shylla.

“Here, it’s not about race. It’s not about gender. It’s about performance. And you performed at the highest level.”

Shylla revealed that she suffered from selective mutism as a child and only talked to people around her.

She explained that she had never been in a serious relationship as an adult, but was ready to change that.

Viewers were heartbroken to see Sila confided about her past.

One said, “Oh, hug number 18. I’m so proud of her. #SASWhoDaresWins”

“#SASWhoDaresWins come here Shylla you can. It was an emotional raw moment between you and Remi. Another post.

3rd tweet: “18 You are a superstar. You made me cry. #SASWhoDaresWins”

The fourth is “You should be proud of yourself. Shylla.”

One viewer said, “I absolutely love #18. She is a slow burner and will light up the show.”

Another said, “I hope 18 wins now. #SASWhoDaresWins”

SAS: Who Dares Wins returns on Channel 4 next Sunday at 9pm.

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