She also spoke about her outburst after she felt Debie-Rise had put her on the spot by asking her to recite the anthem.
On her outburst
“Like she [Debie-Rise] has said, that house isn’t a normal house. At a point, you could go [Mad]. And this was the one person I could confide in, I drew energy from her own energy.”
“I was upset, I’m not going to lie. Because, I had history with being told off like, ‘what makes you think you’re good enough for this because you’re not Nigerian. Can you speak pidgin?”
“And I bet you – you heard me speaking pidgin in the house? At my auditions, I couldn’t speak pidgin.
On not being able to recite the anthem
Now, with the National anthem thing, I do know the National anthem. It’s just that I missed it. I was tired, I was exhausted, I just wanted to go home. I had seen my family and it was like ‘please.’
“I missed it. That was just what happened. I did feel like I was put on the spot because, I kind of signaled her, but, she didn’t get it. She really didn’t get it. It was an honest mistake on her part.”
She stated that she had a conversation with Debie-Rise, and that they are currently cool with each other.
On Wednesday, April 5, 2017, Tboss said she felt humiliated by Debbie-Rise for putting her on the spot during the truth and dare game.
On Thursday, April 6, 2017, TBoss however apologized to Debie-Rise for her outburst, reminding her that she is still her very best friend.