The 28-year-old appeared teary-eyed as she became the second person to leave the house tonight, but clarified to host Brian Dowling that she was only upset about leaving Aden and did not care about her bad reception from the crowd.
"If I'd done something wrong in there, fair enough," she said. "But I didn't. I was honest and truthful. I could still be in there now if I wasn't honest or truthful."
The crowd continued to act hostile towards Rebeckah later in the interview, booing her when she dismissed suggestions of a relationship with Aden. Audience members also cheered when Dowling suggested that she had been "leading him on" in the house.
"I really love him and he's taught me that there are really, really good men out there," she clarified. "When he comes out I'd like to speak to him properly and see him in a different environment... everything I promised him, I stand by."
Watch Rebekah and Aden talking after Big Brother announced her eviction below:
Rebeckah was reduced to tears once again after watching a video message from Aden in which he described her as "lovely and amazing".
"I care so much about you," he said. "I wish from the bottom of my heart that me and you stay in contact forever and I love you to pieces."
In response, she cryptically teased: "It's what we've said to each other all along, it's no surprise. I just needed to sort out things on the outside before I could promise things to him."
She also agreed with Dowling's suggestion that her friendship with Aden had prevented her from forming bonds with her other housemates, but insisted: "I didn't care. I wanted to go. There was nothing about that house I enjoyed."
It was only then that Rebeckah admitted that she wanted a relationship with Aden once he left the house, going on to name the 18-year-old as her pick to win the show.
However, Rebeckah had fewer kind words for her other housemates, branding Anton Murphy as "a snake" for nominating her before laying in to house rival Heaven Africa.
"She's crackers, she's a lunatic," the club hostess declared. "She had no substantial reason for not liking me, it was because the stones told her I was a bad person and I thought that [was] the most ridiculous excuse for not liking someone.
"If you don't like someone you have a reason, so every time she tried to speak to me I didn't want to listen. She doesn't live on this planet."
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On the rest of the group, Rebeckah added: "They're all a bunch of b**tards. I'm so glad to be out. It is like a lunatic asylum. I'm going home, I'm made up."
Her sentiments were echoed in a goodbye message to the house recorded before her eviction, in which she told Aden: "I'm gonna really miss you and we both know the truth, so I'll see you when I get out."
She also advised him to spend more time with Harry Blake and Maisy James, as she considered Heaven to be "an actress" and said that the others "pale into insignificance".
"That's what happens when your impartial and you sit on the fence," she added, as Heaven loudly blasted the departed contestant for being "a snake", "dangerous" and "poison" to the house.