It’s no longer news that Anita Natacha Akide, popularly known as Tacha, was disqualified from the Big Brother reality TV show following an altercation she had with her fellow housemate, Mercy.
She, according to the organisers of the show, was disqualified for physical violence and disobedience after being pardoned several times.
The social media influencer was regarded rude, uncouth and anti-social by fans of the reality show while she was in the house.
Some would argue that she was on the verge of winning because of the number of votes she received weekly and her huge fan base, but insecurity and pride were her greatest weaknesses. A fan of the reality TV show said “She’s an example of the saying 'pride goes before a fall.''’
The fact remains, however, that Natacha has a large number of followers on social media, most of whom are die-hard fans captivated her ability to 'pepper dem’ in the house.
Despite assumptions of people, she will get endorsements and will go on to build a brand for herself. Although her self-esteem and pride need to be worked on, she still has more hope than some Nigerians.
Besides, Nigerians are quick to forget things. Weeks from now, something else will replace her topic. Once she is back on her feet and makes a lot for herself, this will all be bygone.