I’m Not A Violent Person So My Fans Can’t Get Violent – Tacha


Former Big Brother Naija Housemate, Tacha has revealed that her fans cannot get violent in a bid to protect her basically because ‘she is not  violent person’.

The ‘Port Harcourt first daughter’ made this known in an interview on COOL Fm with Do2dtun and Kemi Smallz, after she was asked what her reaction would be if any of her fans known as the ‘Titans’ go off the radar to the extent of threatening someone in her defence, a situation that had happened after a death threat was sent to Dotun by one of her fans before the interview.

“They cant get violent, because i’m not violent” she replied.

The ”Pepper Dem” housemate who was disqualified from the just concluded Big Brother Naija due to violent behaviour against winner Mercy did insinuate that her disqualification from the house was fair, even though she didn’t give a direct response, she emphasized on the “Biggie’s House, Biggie’s rule” statement.

Speaking further, she reveled that the video of her that circulated ignoring an handshake from veteran Nigerian singer Tubaba was from a negative view, as she wouldn’t do that to him intentionally, according to her, she couldn’t even remember what happened that very day.

Asked if Peter of the defunct P-Square group and Jaruma of Jaruma Empire had fulfilled their promises after they promised her N60million and N50million each when she was in the house, Tacha once again stylishly avoided the question, beating around with a ‘gratitude plot’ for the both of them -for supporting her in every way. Although she eventually confirmed that she hasn’t gotten any monetary gift from any of the parties ‘yet’, however, she remained grateful for all the support they gave her while in the house.

In the same vein, after been asked about her opinion about popular Nigerian indigenous rapper, Zlatan Ibile who once uploaded a snippet of a song revolved around her alleged ”body odour”, a claim that erupted from the Big Brother house. In response to that, she stated that she has no bad blood towards the rapper,

“its showbiz” she said.

There were claims that her supporters including ones from South Africa and Ghana stormed the radio station after the interview to present her with gifts and support,

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