Netizens are currently dragging former Big Brother Naija Housemate Natacha Akinde, popularly known as Tacha, over a statement many termed insensitive about the reality TV show.
In a video making the rounds on social media, the reality star and brand influencer refutes claims that the Big Brother Naija Show helped her career and life.
While making a mockery of the popular saying that BBN helped her, Tacha said Big Brother gave her a platform, and she gave them a show as ‘Pepper Dem Season’ is meaningless without her.
Tacha also warned people against having an opinion on every post, and if they do not have a useful comment, they should keep quiet.
In her words: Helped whose life? What? Una dey crack me up for this country Naija, Big Brother gave me a platform, Tacha gave big brother a freaky show, what’s pepper dem season without Tacha, get your fact right. It’s not compulsory to put a comment on every post if you do not have something useful to say, keep quiet.
Reacting to this, social media users dragged the reality star saying she’s ungrateful because nobody knew her before the reality show.
They also cautioned her to be careful and mindful of her words as she may be driving her destiny helpers. See reactions below:
topman_tech wrote: Wow. Never ever bite the fingers that fed you ooo. Okay
igbokwebee wrote: That’s how u will be missing destiny helpers cus nobody wants to help an ungrateful soul.
nechural_neche wrote: I’m a fan of Tacha but this doesn’t sit well with me
pumah_o wrote: But they gave you a platform though and your life has really changed since then… so don’t be ungrateful
fashion_magicblog wrote: But bbn actually helped her thuo she should be truthful to herself
spencersushisushi wrote: Don’t be ungrateful
Kemifilani News recall that trolls on Instagram recently mocked Tacha, after seeing her makeup-free face in her new TikTok video.
Tacha, after recording a TikTok video of herself living her best life outside the country, published it on Instagram with the caption, “I’m outside”, for non-TikTok users among her Titans followers.
People in the comments section, on the other hand, strangely missed the beauty in the video and began posting harsh comments about her make-up-free face, stating things like “makeup is trying” and such, but the truth is that she’s not horrible without it.
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