Between Media Personality Noble Igwe and Reality Star Ahneeka...
There was a time I said she speaks good English. Why didn’t anybody raise eyebrows at that. I like it when things are balanced; they make a lot more sense that way. The truth is that everybody has an opinion about the housemates. It could be about their hygiene; the way they dress or any other thing. I don’t think anybody has an issue with people commenting on the show.
These guys are on national TV and we watch them all day; so, there’s nothing wrong about passing comments about whatever happened in the house. Whatever I said about BBN was strictly about what I saw the housemates do. On a particular day, there was a close-up shot of her underarm and the viewers saw that it was not well-shaven; I tweeted about it. On another day, the cameras showed this particular housemate peeling her face and I tweeted that it would be nice for this housemate to wash her face often and stop peeling it.
I speak about everything in the house so far it is caught on camera.” Responding to people who felt he should have reached out to Ahneeka privately, Igwe said, “How was I supposed to send her a direct message when we are not friends and I don’t even know her? I’m allowed to have an opinion, and that’s simply what I shared.” Ruling out any form of apology, he said, “You are supposed to apologise when you feel that you have done something wrong. You apologise when you feel it was a personal attack.
You cannot apologize for stating the fact that everybody can see. Criticising a person doesn’t mean that I don’t like him or her.” Debunking the reports that he is paid to stir up controversies about BBN on social media, Igwe retorted, “Apart from being a social media influencer, I am also a human being that has an opinion. When I got married