TBoss apologises to her late dad in emotional tribute

TBoss apologises to her late dad in emotional tribute

- It appears 2017 Big Brother Naija former housemate TBoss is yet to get over the loss of her father

- TBoss lost her father, Engr Vincent Idowu, on September 20, 2019

- In a lengthy post, the reality star wrote about how much she missed him and all her regrets

2017 BBNaija star, Tokunbo Idowu, popularly known as TBoss, has taken to social media to pen down a very emotional tribute to her late father, Vincent Idowu, whom she was not in good terms with before his death.

TBoss whose shaky relationship with her father was no news to the public, appears to have some regrets about not being there for him and fixing things before he left the world. In an emotional post on Instagram, she spoke about how much she missed him and all the things she could have changed.

The post reads: "I honestly don’t think people really understand the concept of Death. It is Final. Forever. And forever is a really long Loong Looooonnng time. I wish things were different, I wish I could turn back the hands of time to be there with you, be there for you like I’ve always been, to hold your hand through it all, to tell you how much I loved you, to forgive you, to forgive myself."

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"I’m so sorry. I know you’re in a better place and have finally found the purest form of peace, peace that you never knew here on earth but Toksy misses you so much Tata. I miss you so much.

"I know that eventually, gradually the pain would fade away. But for now, the tears keep me company, I remember all the good and all the not so good, I smile remembering the many pleasant times. But most especially I have Learnt- I learnt that life is fleeting and the idea is to make and leave as many positive memories as possible. RIP Tata..."

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Meanwhile, Nollywood actor and politician, Yul Edochie, has given his fans and followers some food for thought and this time, it bothers on learning how to appreciate and celebrate the life of our loved ones.

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According to him, people should learn to celebrate life and not wait until someone dies to do so. Speaking about his experience, he stated that no one came to celebrate him after he survived a car accident even though the reverse would have been the case should he have died.

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