Popular host of Big Brother Naija reality TV show Ebuka Obi-Uchendu has revealed a private chat with a Twitter troll who accused him of sleeping with female contestants who auditioned for the show.
The former BBN housemate exposed the chat on social media which he tagged “My life with baseless allegations every season.”
According to Ebuka, the social media stalker identified on Twitter as Zaki Truth shared a tweet accusing him of sleeping with some of the ladies who came to audition for the 2019 edition of the reality TV show.
Zaki Truth even went further to claim in the post that Ebuka picked these ladies one by one, took them to a popular hotel in Lagos where he made out with them.
However, the troll in a strange twist, slid into Ebuka’s DM to apologise for accusing him wrongly on social media.
According to the troll, the accusation against Ebuka was just to get attention.
As at the time of filing in this report, Zaki Truth was at the end of scathing remarks from fans of Ebuka who blasted him for dragging the show’s host in such a manner.
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