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The disqualified housemate of the recently concluded Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) reality show, Tacha, has been recognized by Jack Dorsey, the founder o Twitter.

Tacha, the self acclaimed Port Harcourt First daughter, is currently being followed on Twitter by the founder of the micro-blogging site, days after he arrived Nigeria.

YaahooJournalist reports that Tacha was disqualified from the BBNaija show for breaking the House rules following her fight with another housemate, Mercy.

While Tacha was disqualified from the show for violence, Mercy, on the other hand, was issued two strikes for provocation.

Addressing Titans and Nigerians in a statement on Twitter after her disqualification, Tacha had said the disqualification was not how she planned to exit the show, adding that she would, however, use this time to heal and work on her “emotional health.”

The statement reads as thus: “Dear Titans, Words cannot readily express how much your love and acceptance means to me at this point. Even my imperfection could not sway your support. Thank you, Thank you and Thank you.

“Coming out of the Big Brother House disqualified was never my intention. Unfortunately, my weakness played against my strength and cut short what should have been a grand ending, with or without the prize.

“I sincerely apologize for every action on my part that led to this point and I take full responsibility for it all. I’m an adult and ought to be in control of my emotions, but I’m human and I failed time and again. Please forgive me. I sincerely wanted to make it to the 99th day.

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