Tobi demands genuine apology from Cee-c

Tobi Bakre Big Brother Naija

Former Big Brother Naija finalist, Tobi, has demanded an apology from fellow housemate Cee-c, over insults hurled at him while in the show.

In an interview published in the May 2018 edition of Media Room Hub magazine, Tobi said Cee-c was only forced by Big Brother in the house to apologise, saying he deserves a genuine one from her outside the show. According to him, he is human and cannot just forget all that happened in the reality TV show especially when he gets the same attitude in reality.

He said “We are human beings, definitely lines were crossed, things were said, and things were done. And it’s different when you come out of the house and you apologise genuinely for the things you did, like oh!! whatever thing I did or said that was me playing a game, outside the house, sorry that wasn’t me, it was a different ball game -sorry, then we access the whole situation and be like, okay it was just a game. But when you come out and even almost after leaving, you are getting the same vibe, same responses, the same verbal interaction; it’s no more a game.”

When asked if he has forgiven Cee-c and if they can work together, Tobi said “As far as being professional and working together, definitely I’m sure we are both open to that. Nothing stops us from been cordial, but at the same time, we are human beings. You say we should just drop whatever happened is like asking us not to be human and that’s not fair if you ask me.

He was asked what will lift the strain off their relationship, he said a genuine apology will

“What will end all this is a genuine apology, Big Brother quoted one and she apologised for that, but that wasn’t the first time it was going to happen. It was more like the 3rd time, at a point I almost felt like, yo mehn it’s like this thing is partial, Big brother you are seeing this, this is not right.

“You don’t apologise for the one Big Brother saw, if you want to apologise, you do it genuinely, and you apologise in totality. If you want to change as a person, you acknowledge and accept your mistakes, apologise and then try to be better, that’s just it for me.”