Since departing the Big Brother house, Seyi Awolowo has found himself under persistent online scrutiny and criticism, particularly for his past misogynistic comments aimed at women. Although Seyi initially issued an apology for his previous remarks, recent developments have cast doubt on the authenticity of his transformation or if his apology was merely a façade.
Seyi’s recent statements have complicated the perception of his initial apology. Instead of maintaining a contrite stance, he vigorously defended himself against netizens. In a surprising twist, Seyi even asserted that Nigerians had collectively cast him as a villain, leaving many to question the sincerity of his apology and whether he has genuinely evolved in his views and behaviour.
The saga took a fresh turn when Seyi targeted Tacha, a fellow Big Brother housemate who had been vocal about her desire to see him evicted from the show. Following his eviction, Tacha expressed her joy on Twitter, thanking God for his departure. In response, Seyi, during a recent interview, acknowledged Tacha’s role in promoting the show. He appreciated her efforts, even though he suggested she believed they had invited her to the show sarcastically.