TBoss speaking in the video message
While speaking out for the very first time over her s*xual assault experience, former Big Brother Naija house-mate, Tokunbo Idowu, popularly known as TBoss, revealed that she will no longer allow anyone trivialise or normalise the “unfortunate incident” that happened to her during the show.
Recall that fellow ex-housemate, Kemen was disqualified and sent home for fondling her without her permission, while she slept.
We also reported that popular Comedian Ayo Makun was trailed with mixed reactions and criticisms for making a joke about the incident during his recent AY Live show where TBoss and some other ex-BBNaija contestants were present on stage while he joked about the incident.
The ex-reality TV star finally addressed the issue in an Instagram video message on Thursday.
She said; “I feel it is imperative I say a few words concerning the events of the past few days since I got back to the country.
“I would like to thank everyone for supporting me in my Big Brother Naija journey, I am beyond grateful for your time, immense effort and resources it took to get me to the top three.
“It has been a big adjustment coming back home to Nigeria considering the attention my participation in the show attracted, while I have tried to adjust as fast as I can, certain incidences have happened in the past week that have been hard to shake off,” she added.
She also acknowledged the thousands of people who raised their voices in her defence. “I have realised I will always be in the eye of the storm and that is why I have chosen to be measured in my approach of speech, I am however not oblivious to it all.
“Going forward, I will no longer allow myself to be put in situations that trivialise and attempt to normalise the unfortunate incident that happened to me on March 5th in the Big Brother house. Words are powerful but actions speak louder,” TBoss said.
Watch the video messages below;