Reno Omokri Drags Tacha over savage response
Nigerian motivational speaker, author and lawyer, Reno Omokri, who have been shaking tables since this lockdown recently drags former Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) housemate, Tacha over her savage response to a fan.
Omokri who was touched by the way the Tacha slams the fans who was urging her to lead the End Sars protest online, was motivated to advise the reality star after coming across her exchange with a fan on social media.
Apparently, the fan had expressed disappointment that Tacha did not lead any protest against the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) menace which has been rocking the country.
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Responding to the individual, Tacha called him a lazy youth for waiting for her to take action on his behalf.
The exchange caught Omokri’s attention and he reminded the BBNaija star about how the same set of people whom she described as being lazy threw their support behind her on her journey to becoming famous.
“That may well be true. But remember that these same ‘lazy’ Nigerian youth went out of their way to promote you from obscurity to prosperity.” Omokri also urged the reality star to remain humble considering the peculiar nature of her rise to fame.
See his tweet below:
That may well be true. But remember that these same ‘lazy’ Nigerian youth went out of their way to promote you from obscurity to prosperity. Those whose palm kernels were cracked by a benevolent spirit should not forget to be humble. God bless you!#FreeLeahSharibu #RenosNuggets pic.twitter.com/9PUROaImlC
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) October 7, 2020
Some Twitter users were seen in the comment section speaking against Tacha’s choice of description for the Nigerian youths.
Well, am not actually surprised. I guess we deserve it. It's difficult for people from humble background to stay humble while tasting wealth.
— Aquaman (@0lufunsho) October 7, 2020
Lol baba Reno, the real table shaker . At the end of it all, Nigerian youths are not ready yet
— Ejike Emmanuel (@EjikeEm45145399) October 7, 2020
Since we embrace and cherish people with questionable characters we need to enjoy their menace as well.
— Sir.skillful (@Sirdotskill) October 7, 2020
Literarily she is right, if the energy invested in promoting abnormalities by some youth can be channelled towards electing a good leader n holding them accountable by the same youth she might not be where she is because she will need her intellect to get there I doubt she has
— harcmord01?? (@harcmord) October 7, 2020
Calling Nigerian youths lazy is really uncalled for, Very Sad, When Some youths are privileged the will think Others are Lazy. Is well?
— Prince Chinecherem Okechukwu (@Prince27187077) October 7, 2020