In an interview, Kemen spoke about the incidents that led to disqualification.
While he stated that he won’t want to overflog the issue, the former housemate and fitness expert also said he would love to revisit the topic whenever TBoss is out of the house.
On the truth the night that led to his eviction;
Truth is, this part is a part that I don’t want to overflog because this is a sensitive case to the women and to Africans at large.
When I got out of the house, I saw the reactions and it was crazy. When I had the opportunity to do a video interview like this, I was able to explain the video and what really happened, and of course, I had backlash as well – people saying I should have just kept mute and not try to explain.
I sincerely apologized and I will always do that whenever I have the opportunity to. Having found myself in such situation, I know I let a lot of people down. I let myself down in the first place because all I saw was leaving the house in April.
Having to leave the house before April and having to leave in such a situation was one that hit me very hard, and every opportunity that I have, I will always apologize.
On revisiting the issue when Tboss leaves the house;
I would not want to talk about the issue again in details. I will talk about it again when TBoss is out of the house. I will like to sit side by side with her.
The truth is, I had a cordial relationship with her in the house. Tboss is a good friend and I hope that doesn’t change. We talked about plans outside the house and how I feel towards her hasn’t changed.
So, I won’t want to say things that would sound like I’m trying to talk about someone who isn’t here to defend herself or say her side of the story.
But, I would love to do this again when she is out; sit side by side and talk things out. Because we have a couple of things [projects] .
On Sunday 5, 2017, Kemen was disqualified from the Big Brother Naija reality show for sexually touching Tboss without her content while she was asleep.
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