Controversial former housemate of Big Brother Naija Pepper Dem Naija Season Four, Tacha, on Saturday begged her fans for forgiveness after she was disqualified from the show for violence.
Even as she was reflecting on the situation, she got a N1 million pledge from cross-dresser, Bobrisky.
This was hours after pop musician, Peter Okoye aka Mr. P, denied promising to give her N60 million even if she doesn’t win the show.
Big Brother threw her out of the house after she went physical with a fellow housemate, Mercy Eke, over a disagreement.
Tacha, who calls herself Port Harcourt First Daughter, took to her Instagram page to pour out her heart, hours after her eviction for pulling Mercy’s hair twice.
Mercy had earlier thrown her hair at Tacha as their quarrel degenerated.
But Big Brother disqualified Tacha for violating Rule 118 which forbids violence among housemates.
In a lengthy post, she said: “Words cannot readily express how much your love and acceptance means to me at this point. Even my imperfection could not sway your support. THANK YOU!
“Coming out of the Big Brother House disqualified was never my intention. Unfortunately, my weakness played against my strength and cut short what should have been a grand ending, with or without the prize.
“I sincerely apologize for every action on my part that led to this point and I take full responsibility for it all. I am an adult and ought to be in control of my emotions, but I’m human and I failed time and again. Please forgive me. I sincerely wanted to make it, at least to the 99th day.
“The fight to be seen and heard takes its toll on every one of us irrespective of where, when or how it comes. What counts is what we make out of a seemingly ugly situation.
“I know I need to work on my emotional health… That’s a fact as I have become conscious of it now. Being on this show has shown me that, I am not just a work in progress but I have the chance to become a better me on all fronts if I give myself the chance to heal. And this I promise to give due diligence.
“So for what you have been to me, I heard some of you even cried and held vigil for me. I cannot thank you enough. You all became my mother, friends and family and this means so much to me right now. Your prayers, time and resources spent to push me through to this point cannot be quantified in any form, but I sincerely thank you from the depth of my heart.
“Against the odds, you all are the reason why I stand and remain hopeful that everything will fall into place, that I can make it through this storm and come out on the sunny side in time.
“My social media official handles are open and I can be reached there for now.
“Thank you, Titans, Thank you to everyone who supported me privately and openly, Thank you, Africa, Thank you Nigeria, THANK YOU WORLD! I saved the best for last. “Thank you to the organizers of Big Brother Nigeria for this platform, it may not have ended as I hoped and wanted, but it gave me the opportunity to rise. It was worth it and for this reason, I am grateful.“
In solidarity with her, Bobrisky said in a response to one of the photographs posted by Tacha on her Instagram page; “My love, I don’t have all the world to give you yet. But trust I will soon cos I love you. For now you will get alert of 1,000,000 on Monday ASAP from me. Let me not promise to do more. But in the bewrest future, I promise to do more. Love you gal.”