Jaruma, sex therapist and businesswoman, has offered to bless Tacha with N50 million after she was disqualified from the ongoing Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) reality TV show.

Jaruma’s offer comes at about the same time when Peter Okoye, Afrobeats singer better known as Mr P, said he never promised to give the Port Harcout based reality star the sum of N60 million.

Tacha was involved in a confrontation with Mercy, fellow housemate — a situation that led to her disqualification from the show while the latter was issued with two strikes.

The young entrepreneur, however, took to her Instagram page on Saturday to disclose that she would be giving Tacha the money to expand her business.

“Sweetheart @symply_tacha come home ❤️ U will use this N50,000,000 million naira to EXPAND ur @everythingtacha brand,” she wrote.

“I’ve been through so much hate, negativity, and public humiliation. I’m still the most hated person in Nigeria, I can say. I don’t support violence, arrogance, rudeness and all of that. But the fact is that Tacha’s mother is late and she basically has no one else but us here. She has her father and siblings.”

NIGERIANS REACT ON TWITTER

Jaruma’s move has since been greeted by a flurry of mixed reactions across social media platforms by fans and critics of the controversial ex-housemate.

While some accused her of dolling out funds to advance the cause of arrogance and husband snatching, others registered their gratitude for her kind gesture.

“Tacha isn’t the only one in Nigeria that doesn’t have a Mom. We have so many suffering, children in motherless homes that have no one to cater to them. Why don’t you help them with that money than helping someone that doesn’t need your help in the first place?” a fan wrote on Instagram.

“God will multiply you in all the areas of life your simplicity and kindness is rare your children will always know favour in all areas of life God will increase you I love you mami,” a supporter of Tacha added.

Here is what Nigerians had to say on Twitter.

 



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