Tacha berates BBNaija fans, ask the price they are paid for trolling celebrities

Big Brother Naija star Natacha Akide popularly known as Tacha has sent a strong message to fans of the reality show who are used to troll and shade celebrities.

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Social media has become a new world as many have been able to make a name for themselves

while some have been forced to quit the platform due to the high rate of trolling

that has left to mental illness.

The death of a certain man named Dele has now sparked reactions from top personalities

who are eager to see the trolling end on social media.

Tacha while reacting to the sad news of Dele’s death stated how sad it is that cyberbullies are

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also mourning his death despite their act of wishing people death.

She noted that these fans especially those who are used to supporting a Big Brother Naija reality star have been prominent in trolling celebrities that are eager to make a name for themselves.

Not ready to hide her feelings, Tacha asked these so-called fans the money they are being

paid to troll celebrities so she can double it.

Read her message to trolls below:

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