- Author Reno Omokri has offered some words of advice to BBNaija’s Tacha
- The author reacted to a ‘savage’ comment by the reality star to a fan on Twitter
- Omokri reminded the reality star about how the same people threw support behind her on the journey to fame
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Nigerian author and lawyer, Reno Omokri, recently has some interesting words of advice for former Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) housemate, Tacha.
Omokri was motivated to advise the reality star after coming across her exchange with a fan on social media.
Apparently, the fan had expressed disappointment that Tacha did not lead any protest against the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) menace which has been rocking the country.
Responding to the individual, Tacha called him a lazy youth for waiting for her to take action on his behalf.
The exchange caught Omokri’s attention and he reminded the BBNaija star about how the same set of people whom she described as being lazy threw their support behind her on her journey to becoming famous.
"That may well be true. But remember that these same ‘lazy’ Nigerian youth went out of their way to promote you from obscurity to prosperity."
Omokri also urged the reality star to remain humble considering the peculiar nature of her rise to fame.
See his tweet below:
Some Twitter users were seen in the comment section speaking against Tacha’s choice of description for the Nigerian youths.
Read tweets below:
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In a different BBNaija story, Legit.ng previously reported that Omokri called out Nigerian youths on social media over donations made for disqualified BBNaija housemate, Erica Nlewedim.
Omokri wondered how youths managed to raise N5 million for the young lady and did not channel the same energy into contesting recent hike in fuel and electricity tariffs.
"In 5 hours, Nigerians raised $15,000 for #BBNaija’s Erica. In 5 days, the same Nigerians have not been able to raise any resistance to General Buhari’s increase of fuel and electricity costs. If you talk, some Nigerians will say come and lead the protest. Who led them to raise a record-breaking $15,000 in 5 hours? We can act spontaneously for irrelevancies, but we are looking for others to act for us on relevant things! Nigeria deserves General Buhari!"
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