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See the reason Tacha is trending on Twitter

Tacha took to her twitter handle to lash out at her accusers saying Nigerians are the most pretentious people on earth. 


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SO Twitter has been awash with a funny hashtag dubbed #TachaOnceSaid. If you are wondersing what this is all about, its a chronicle of all or most of the ramblings of Tacha, one of the housemates in the Big Brother Niaja 2019 fourth edition, the peper dem gang edition.

Tacha was notorious for voilent behaviours and her inability to put up with rules and other housemates; she was eventually disqualified for fighting in the house a few days before the end of the show. 

However, Tacha started trending following her eviction from the house and has since been at the front burner of almost every topical social media issues including cryptic backlashes from fans and social media trolls. 

Most of the comments on today's hashtag trolls chronicles some of the sayings attributed to Tacha while she was in Big Brother Naija house.

Here are some of them:

A twitter user, @ChommyrosePear1 said, #TachaOnceSaid "I don't want my Enemies to walk out of my life, I want them to run"

Another user, @Jibosky3, quoted her as saying, #TachaOnceSaid "I would be bigger than the winner but now I heard she's a sales girl. What's the matter?"

And @Vision_lifee #TachaOnceSaid quoted her as saying to Ike "You should be happy you are seeing me in this house for free, people pay to see me"

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Tacha who is often vilified as using her body to make money had also taken to her twitter handle to take out her accusers saying Nigerians are the most pretentious people on earth. 

She said, "those of you who go on my handle screaming... while you are busy sleeping with your uncles, people's fathers... respect yourself" 

As of midday today, #TachaOnceSaid is occupying the number one slot of Nigerian trend for Twitter. 

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