Heavy D said he was "having a laugh" when questioned about his "antagonising" behaviour in the Celebrity Big Brother house, as he became the fourth contestant to be evicted.
The Storage Hunters UK star left the Channel 5 lock-up to the sound of boos from the crowd as he met the show's host Emma Willis.
The self-named Boominator joked around with the audience as he booed back at them.
During his post-eviction interview with Emma, Heavy D staunchly defended his demeanour in the house.
Emma said that his food consumption, his loudness, his antagonising behaviour and his emotional instability were the reasons behind eight of his co-stars putting him up for the chop during face-to-face nominations.
Of his fellow housemates, Heavy D said that some of them went in to "coast" along in order to get an "easy pay cheque".
He said: "I was making them earn their money. I'm trying to spice it up, make it spicy."
When asked about the public choosing not to save him, he said: "I thought it was a laugh and that, and I thought the public would like that. But I've had a great time."
He also admitted that he was "confident" about winning the show, but that he "had a false sense of security".
"Maybe they thought I went too far with the wind-ups," he added, referring to the CBB audience.
"I thought it was in good taste. I thought the public would like a bit of the Boominator."
During his time in the house Heavy D was involved in several arguments, including an explosive row with Lewis Bloor that aired on Tuesday night's episode.
The TV star was also seen throwing food around the house along with his cohort Stephen Bear after learning that he was up for eviction.
Heavy D received the fewest votes from the public after being up against fellow nominees The Only Way Is Essex star Lewis, Ex On The Beach's Bear and Mob Wives star Renee Graziano.
He follows former housemates Chloe Khan, Saira Khan and Grant Bovey who were also booted out by the viewing public.