Tochukwu, a reality TV personality known for his outspokenness, has once again sparked controversy with his recent comments. This time, he targeted people who used the phrase ‘baddie’ to characterize themselves.
He emphasized unequivocally that being a ‘baddie’ is not a respectable vocation, and instead advised people to focus on finding productive jobs.
While he did not name any specific persons, many have linked this remark to Ilebaye, a woman notorious for her self-proclaimed position as a ‘Gen Z baddie.’
Ilebaye, the reigning champion of “Bbnaij All-Stars,” has boldly accepted the ‘baddie’ nickname and is one of the country’s most prominent people linked with this fashionable phrase.
Tochukwu’s remark on ‘baddies’ is just one example of his outspokenness. He made headlines in 2022 when he attacked Nigerians‘ love habits, claiming that they only show genuine passion when something bad or competitive is going on.
He observed a propensity for Nigerians to respond with greater empathy and love during sorrowful or difficult times.