Big Brother Naija 2017 housemate, TBoss, who had before now slammed her critics who sit back at their different homes with #100 internet bundle to troll on her, fought dirty with a follower who called her a scum.
Sharing a photo of the lady who called her a scum, TBoss wrote;
@choice100 scum?? Oh wow. But can someone tell me why the ugliest B’s be doing the mostest? Pls jst send me your address so I can send you a Brazilian hair, it’s so obvious that your jagajaga mop-like looking dada on your head is making you write crazy.
TBoss also had a reply for a follower, who thought she could shame with not being married which summarized as ‘fulfillment’. Here’s their exchange below;
TBoss who was the second runner-up of the 2017 edition of Big Brother Naija reality show, is known for fighting dirty with her critics. In a 2017 Instagram post, she called her critics empty barrels who make the loudest, as she wondered why she’s expected to reveal all that is going on in her life on social media.
She wrote, “Hi Boss Nation, once again, I want to say a massive thank you for your love and support while I was in the house and now that I’m out. I really prefer to show not tell, but maybe it’s time I address certain things.
“Since I’ve been back from the house, the pressure to show some activity has been immense.
“Everyday I get comments that say, why don’t you post more, why don’t you appear at places more? The question i’d like to ask in return is to what end?
“There is a saying that goes empty barrels make the loudest noise. I have a plan and goals for myself professionally and personally. I’m not posting or screaming about the meetings I’m having or giving progress reports because a lot of these things are confidential.
“I know that most of you wish me the very best, and to those I promise you, that making you proud and repaying your faith in me is my number one priority. I say most because there are still a handful of people who follow me for ulterior motives.
“I’m in competition with NOBODY. The Boss Nation doesn’t compete, we lead. The goal is not to have only one claim to fame – I was a Big Brother Naija Housemate. That game ended the minute I got out. This is real life and the stakes are huge.
“In a short time, you’ll be able to see and hear about all I’ve been working on. Please bear with me, but remember this, the game is over and we’re playing in the big leagues now. Thank you Boss Nation! I love you.”