Former Big Brother Africa winner, Uti Nwachukwu has penned down a public apology to Tacha, over the mean comments he made to her after she was disqualified from the show.
In a post he shared on his Instagram page on Tuesday night, September 8th, Uti Nwachukwu said he has realized his mistakes and is now offering his apologies.
“You will never understand till it happens to you.
“I will never be too proud to acknowledge my personal epiphanies and when it’s time to actually obey your conscience which I always say is your spirit.
“Call it karma; call it a wake up call, But you always have to listen to that voice inside.
“Recent events have triggered memories from last year’s #bbnaija when another housemate was disqualified.
“Let’s just say, now I know how it feels for her and her fans. Most importantly, I am deeply regretful for the harsh words I tweeted when I felt provoked by her passionate fans who were upset.
“It was not fair to her as she had personally not done anything to me.
“My reactions to the insults were totally wrong and not inspired from a place of love which I always champion.
“How others treat us is no fault of ours. But how we respond/react is fully up to us.
“An eye for an eye leaves the world blind (I’m still learning this one sha cos sometimes the spirit of Gbas gbos is tooo strong lol)
“I’m also someone that says, don’t insult me in public and then come and apologise privately.
“So symply_tacha I am extremely sorry for the mean tweets I responded with last year. Please accept my deepest apologies.
“I can’t imagine what you must have gone through and still go through on a daily basis. All I can say is your tenacity is admirable.
“I whole heartedly forgive you all for any and everything you guys said or did.
“But more than anything else, I am also sorry for the way I addressed you guys. Our fight don reach one year o lol. So make we hug am out.
“I am officially extending the olive branch to you guys and saying I am sorry
“Trust me when I say I now know how you guys felt and feel.
“I’m not justifying anything from anyone but as public personalities, we have to actually practice what we preach and though we may fall a few times, we owe it to our followers to get up and inspire them by doing the right thing.
“Let love truly lead. And let’s be compassionate.
“As Ephesians 4:31-32 says; Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you”.