Once upon a time in the BBNaija House: TBoss & Kemen
Former Big Brother Naija Housemate, Kemen has apologized over what led to his disqualification from the Big Brother Naija Game Show.
My name is Ekemini Ekerette, popularly known as Kemen ( @Kemen_Fitness ) one of the Big Brother Naija 2017 Housemate. I am a Fitness Trainer and a Model before joining the Big Brother house. I hereby tender my sincere apologies to TBoss and ask for her forgiveness as well as all the women in Africa that i hurt from the circumstances surrounding my disqualification from the Big Brother Naija house recently.
I knew that everybody was playing the game in the house at the same time competing for the prize. I realized that I over played my game which brought about my disqualification .
As you all know, I have my fitness outfit, where I train a lot of people both men and women. There has been no case or report of such acts from me. I regret the turn of play while trying to play and compete for the prize.
I apologize to Tboss family, fans and friends for hurting their perception.
I also use this medium to apologize to all women being the International Women’s Day, and the entire crew of Big Brother Nigeria, including my fans and family.
I acknowledge the eternal truth embedded in the age long postulation that The price of greatness is responsibility.
I hereby accept the responsibility arising from the public perception of my latest actions in the big brother house. Consequently I apologise to all who may have been offended by the interpretation of my action an or inaction throughout my stay in the house.
May I use this opportunity to apologise to tboss in the light of the current issues arising from that night’s scene. I’m truly sorry and never thought it could end this way.
To my family, friends and all who have expressed displeasure over my conduct which led to my disqualification, I pray that you find space in your heart to forgive me and give me another chance.
To big brother and the Organisers, I remain ever grateful for the opportunity granted me on such a huge stage.
Finally, as I call to mind the fact that in life reality and perception have a fine line of difference, I can assure that given another chance I will consciously create a reality that leaves no one in doubt of my inner strength and positive values which will ultimately will earn me a positive perception The current negative perception flowing from my action is highly regretted.
I trust that the God of a second chance will avail me with opportunities to right this wrong.
What do you think of Kemen’s apology and the way forward for him…let’s get talking!