Tacha Akide Reveals Death Threats from Davido’s Fans and Addresses Relationship Speculations and more (Video)

Former Big Brother Naija Star Opens Up About Online Harassment and Personal Life Challenges

Former Big Brother Naija contestant Tacha Akide has spoken out about the harrowing experience of receiving death threats from fans of Nigerian music sensation Davido. In an interview with Chude Jideonwo, Tacha shed light on the perils of online harassment and the risks associated with toxic fan culture.

The reality TV star recounted how she became the target of threats after confronting Davido for liking a tweet that defamed her character. “I received death threats from Davido’s fans,” she revealed, sharing disturbing messages she received, including threats of violence and intimidation. Tacha expressed her dismay, quoting some fans who warned her, “Na our 001 you wan use play? We go show you.”

Tacha, known for her admiration of Davido, made headlines during her time on Big Brother Naija for proudly displaying a tattoo of the musician on her chest, symbolizing her fervent fandom. However, in a surprising turn of events, she later disclosed that she had removed the tattoo, citing personal reasons for the decision.

During the interview, Tacha also addressed persistent rumors about her romantic life, vehemently denying allegations of being involved with married men. Emphatically asserting her innocence, she challenged critics to provide evidence to support their claims, stating, “There were rumors that I was sleeping with married men but they can’t bring one married man because they know there’s none.”

Asserting her independence and hard work, Tacha asserted that her success and accomplishments were the result of her dedication and perseverance. Refuting accusations of being sponsored by wealthy individuals, she emphasized her commitment to earning her achievements through her own efforts.

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This is not the first time Tacha has faced scrutiny and false allegations. Previously, she confronted critics who suggested that her trip to Ghana was funded by a “sugar daddy,” rebuffing such claims with defiance and resilience.

Watch the interview below:

As Tacha continues to navigate the complexities of fame and public scrutiny, her candid revelations shed light on the challenges faced by public figures in the age of social media, highlighting the importance of resilience and self-assurance in the face of adversity.

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