I Don't Care Who You Are or What You Do, Just Eat What You Kill
Living in Nigeria makes you get used to a crowd hating on one person, dragging them on Twitter and complaining about society, about what needs to be done, while making sure all they do themselves is sit down and complain about what needs to be done.
If they are not complaining about Tacha having a bad attitude on the Big Brother Naija reality TV show, they are complaining about those who watch the Big Brother Naija reality TV show because they are "jobless".
My favourite moment is reading the tweets asking why "#EverythingTacha" is trending because somehow adding to that hashtag will stop it from trending.
Like most things, I am often amused while detached.
The most amusing part is when they fail to understand that human beings ONLY complain about what they love.
Tacha has a bad attitude. She's loud and lousy and has a low self esteem the kind that comes from a deeply troubled childhood where she had to fight for attention all her life.
None of that bothered me. Until I watched a clip of her accusing a housemate of verbal bullying when that was all she was known for all in the name of "speaking her mind".
That was how I concluded she was despicable. Not because she shouts at people or because Twitter NG slut-shames her.
If you preach love and show hatred, you are despicable.
If you preach hatred and show love, you are sly and cannot be trusted.
If you preach hatred and show hatred, we can hangout over two cans of beer. I can actually talk to you.