“I have seen better breasts TBOSS” – Reuben Abati

“I have seen better breasts TBOSS” – Reuben Abati

Mfonobong Akpan

Former Presidential Spokesperson, Reuben Abati, in his latest article titled “Big Brother Naija – Television as Madness” shared some lessons from the just concluded reality TV show that held Nigeria and most of Africa spell bound for 78 days. He also went on to chastise “Tboss and other girls” on the show for “putting their upbringing to shame” by allowing guys on the show to grope them on live TV. He however laid emphasis on Tboss’ breast exposure on the show, saying ” I have seen better breasts TBOSS”.

Read the excerpt below;

“TBOSS and the other girls kissed and got groped by the boys on live television putting their upbringing to shame. TBOSS, who claimed she didn’t need the money even exposed her breasts on live television more than once. I have seen better breasts TBOSS. I am not too sure those private jet owners will be excited by your fluffy, South-looking, slightly bigger than mangoes breasts. If the same men see bigger assets, I mean, those interesting Ojiakor-like ones that look like papayas, pineapples and watermelons, they will not send private jets, they will deploy submarines and fighter jets! And that ‘s why you got N500k in the end, way back behind Bisola with her hard facial features, and Efe whose victory is based on poverty logistics and appeal. But I have no doubt that TBOSS will end up doing better in the larger, outside market than the other finalists, because even those who did not vote for her, know in their hearts that she represents the message of the programme.”

He went on to say that “given her looks and talents, she would have been a perfect winner. She would have looked good on the billboards. But she lost because of her arrogance. Attitude is everything: this is the lesson of TBOSS’s disgrace and humiliation.”

“TBOSS is the main star who lost. I hope she was taken out of South Africa with a private jet or maybe a submarine! Beauty is not everything, baby.”

Well, social media has reacted to Abati’s write-up, and you could tell not many are pleased. Read some reactions below:

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