Tayo Faniran, the first runner-up on Big Brother Africa in 2014, has sought an explanation from the reality show's producers for his inability to win.
Faniran said in an Instagram post on Sunday that he had been hearing for seven years that he had been cheated out of his triumph on the 9th and last episode of the BBAfrica programme, which Tanzanian actor Idris Sultan won.
"To all my adversaries, the phoney pals, the ones who came into my life to steal from me even when I placed them on and turned to hate me and damage my name, (create coalitions against me)," he wrote.
“When I wake up, @mnettv @africamagic and @multichoice group must explain to me what happened to me on the BBA finale/stage. I don't want my industry career to be jeopardised. I just want proof and an explanation because, for the past seven years, all I've heard is that I've been robbed.
"My pain or loss tonight didn't begin today, but they're brought up because I've been unable to fight since then." Since then, all of my efforts to get back on my feet have been difficult.
I'm willing to leave Nigeria if I lose this case honestly, but if anyone born by a woman who doesn't understand what I've been through for the past seven years misjudges me or uses power to bully me, your children will pay the price because you have no idea how many people you hurt when you hurt me."
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