The organizers of the Big Brother Naija reality show have faced criticism for not disqualifying Ilebaye after she engaged in a physical attack on her fellow housemate, CeeC, during the Saturday night party.
Many viewers expected Ilebaye to be disqualified for her actions.
Instead of disqualification, Biggie issued Ilebaye two strikes and announced that she would be punished during the week.
This decision sparked resentment among some viewers, including Tacha, who was disqualified during the Season 4 Pepper Dem edition of the show in 2019 for her violent display against Mercy Eke.
If I don’t GET AN APOLOGY Before tomorrow!!! War go happen here😂🤣 pic.twitter.com/DmAu9xX34H
— TACHA.ETH🔱🇳🇬🇬🇭 (@Symply_Tacha) August 6, 2023
Tacha expressed her disapproval of how Biggie handled Ilebaye’s case on Sunday night and demanded an apology from the show organizers for her disqualification in 2019.
She took to her Twitter handle to express her frustration and warned that there would be consequences if an apology was not given before the next day.
The situation has caused a stir among fans and followers of the reality show, with many expressing their opinions on the organizers’ handling of violent incidents in the house.