Storage Wars star Heavy - real name Colin - was shown the door after going up against Stephen Bear, Lewis Bloor and Renee Graziano and receiving the fewest public votes.
Following his eviction, Heavy was grilled by CBB host Emma Willis who tried to make him see that his behaviour at times could be upsetting towards other housemates.
But Heavy insisted: "It's tongue in cheek, they take themselves too seriously, it's all egos in there."
Comparing himself to Bear, who has spent the duration of his CBB stint irritating his fellow housemates, Heavy D added: "Bear was different, he was level 10 and I was level 6. You see antagonising, I see it as having a laugh."
Heavy D had said on more than one occasion that he thought it would win - and he reiterated this to Emma after his eviction.
"It was a shock," he said. "I just thought, I'm a laugh and the public would like that. I was confident I would win.
"Maybe they thought I went too far with the wind ups I thought the public would like a bit of the Boominator."
Despite heaving a rocky relationship with Bear, Heavy was quick to defend the Ex On The Beach star and told Emma that he is "a nice lad".
"We didn't see eye to eye, then we did. We both realised we were funny and needed each other. We thought the house would be worse off if either one of us went.
"We egged each other on, we have a similar sense of humour. Bear's alright, he's a nice lad."
The loudmouth admitted that he may have stayed longer had viewers seen more of Colin than Heavy D.
At the end of tonight's show, Emma revealed that Friday night will be the first double eviction of the series. Exciting!
CBB continues at 9pm on Channel 5.