Seyi Awolowo says Women are the most Powerful beings on Earth.
Seyi Awolowo apologizes once more, saying that women are the most powerful beings on the planet.
“At that moment, I was really angry at a lot of things. It was just an explosion of emotions,” he explained.
Seyi Awolowo, a Big Brother Naija star, has admitted that he was upset when he made remarks during the BBNaija: All Stars season that were criticized for being misogynistic.
In addition a recent interview with Channels Television, Awolowo apologized for the things he had said, emphasizing that he had uttered them in a hurry. In closing, he apologized to anyone who had been offended by his previous comments and vowed to continue encouraging civil and constructive discourse.
“Our women are the most powerful beings on earth. They bring life. Even we men don’t bring life. We bring things, but we don’t carry life. At that moment, I was really angry at a lot of things. It was just an explosion of emotions, I really I’m sorry for that, for the word I used. It was a particular word and I really regret that word because that was not my intention,” he said.
When Awolowo revealed on the All Stars season of the reality show that his boys would alternately rape other people’s daughters and that he used a separate bank account to finance these acts, he was met with a great deal of criticism.
“I got a shina account for my son, a miscellaneous account. I get that account for my son. I’ll give them the keys to the guest house, and they’ll go run train on people’s daughters. I gave birth to a boy first, and he’ll f**k your daughter. They go come meet me and say, Daddy, I need the Benz. I’ll give them the Benz, I’ll give them the key to the guesthouse, and they go go run train on people’s daughters. I’m giving birth to boys, and they f**k people’s daughters.”
His public image took a serious hit even though he was in the house when the remarks were made, and he took the brunt of the criticism after being kicked off the show.
He apologized shortly afterward and asked for the public’s forgiveness.