TBoss says she would no longer be put in situations that trivialise and attempt to normalise what happened to her.
The reality TV star took to Instagram today Thursday, April 20, 2017, saying she would no longer be put in situations that trivialise and attempt to normalise what happened to her.
According to her,
"Certain incidences have happened in the past week that has been difficult to shake off.
I'm not unaware of the thousands who raised their voices in my defence.
I am extremely grateful to you. I have realised that for the perceivable future I will always be in the eye of the storm and that's why I have chosen to be measured in my approach and speech.
I am however not oblivious to it all.
Words are powerful but actions speak louder. Over the next few weeks, I will align myself with several causes that promote and uphold values I hold dear.
Going forward I will no longer allow myself to be put in situations that trivialise and attempt to normalise the unfortunate incident that happened to me on March the 1st in the Big Brother Naija house.
Conversations must be held on the importance of consent."
This comes after AY apologised over his insensitive TBoss and Kemen joke over the Easter weekend.
The actor who was dragged on social media over a joke he told at his annual comedy show AY Live 2017 took to social media on, April 19, 2017, to apologise.
According to him he is no way, shape and form a supporter of assault on women.