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Big Brother Naija: Gifty Apologizes To Banky W & Falz

Ex Big Brother Naija housemate Gifty has apologized to popular musicians Falz and Banky W on her instagram profile, citing reasons for her misdemeanor towards them while she was in the house.

The highly controversial ex-housemate, who was well known for her kissing spree, multinational accent and the amounts of sexual activities had earlier denied knowing both musicians, prior to her eviction on Sunday, much to the chagrin of the viewers.

Consequently, that claim was main reason for her eviction over the weekend.

However, she had recently come out to apologize to both Banky W and Falz on a recent instagram post and explained what she meant by not knowing the popular celebrities that visited the house.
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She wrote; Good evening everyone…first of all i was misunderstood when I said I don’t know Banky, actually what I meant was, “I’ve never met him in person”..Banky is an amazing singer no doubt.

And right now i want to use this platform to apologize for all the wrong words I said about him. It’s just a game,we say/do things for specific reasons + i was emotional unstable cos i was up for possible eviction.

So to all banky fans and everyone plz forgive me, Banky I love ur music and you are a talented cute guy! #blessed

And concerning FALZ, I know the song called “soft work” but believe me i had no idea it was FALZ that sang it and also i haven’t met him before..that was why i had to ask “who is he”..#humblefalz

“To everyone out there, i just want to refresh your mindset again that the BIG BROTHER SHOW is always a game that has just one winner and whatever actions u have seen in the house is for a reason so please i beg you all don’t judge by what you have seen or heard…..God richly bless you all and I LOVE YOU… abeg make una no vex for ma head na, na game rule me just dey follow ooo.”

 

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