Former Big Brother Naija housemate T-boss, has called on her fans to put the sexual abuse she experienced in the show to rest.
Recall that fellow housemate, Kemen was caught on the camera fondly T-boss without her consent.
T-boss was asleep while he carried out the act which resulted to him being disqualified and booted out of the show.
Reactions trailed the incident with the latest coming from T-boss’ sister, Wendy, who wondered why Kemen still moves around with other housemates.
Also generating more controversies is a comedy show where veteran comedians, AY and Helen Paul, during a concert, had described the sexual abuse as “small touch.”
However, T-boss has finally called for order, telling her fans to let go.
She wrote via @RealTboss, her twitter handle, “Tboss nation aka bossnation let’s put the Kemen issue to rest. I thank you all for standing by me I love you guys, I mean it.
“I forgive Kemen. I no hard feelings towards him. I don’t have time to be angry with such people in my life.
“What Kemen did to me was no joke. It was serious. Imagine the number of women that get raped. I am like cameras were all over the place.
“Some people are hurting so bad you have to do more than preach a message to them. You have to be a message to them.”