Tochukwu, the controversial personality of Big Brother Niger, has voiced his opinion over the recent terrible occurrence involving the death of Justina, a student from Port Harcourt.
In a startling comment, Tochukwu implied that a lot of people—women in particular—might not be completely aware of their boyfriend’s source of income.
He made the observation that many women seldom ask their lovers how they make money as long as they are getting plenty of it and being pampered by their boyfriends. Tochukwu underlined how important this problem is.
This declaration comes after the horrifying story of Justina’s death, which started when her lover was caught trying to dispose of her severed body parts.
Security personnel later found him and took him into arrest. Many theories have been made about it, such as the idea that he planned to perform rituals using her body parts.
When controversial activist and media figure Very Darkman made news with his comments, the dispute became even more. Very Darkman did not denounce the boyfriend’s acts and instead showed an astonishing lack of empathy for the girl who had died.
He hypothesized that the lover may have been motivated to carry out this horrible deed by social pressures to get wealthy by any means.
Very Darkman made a statement about how society has a tendency to stigmatize and shame people who are thought to be impoverished or unsuccessful, especially men.
Furthermore, Very Darkman contended that Justina’s dependence on her boyfriend may have been affected by society’s frequent encouragement of women to rely on males rather than work toward financial independence.
The contentious comments made by Very Darkman sparked a flurry of criticism. Tochukwu chose to share his viewpoint in reaction to this. He furthered the general conversation about this unfortunate incident by echoing the idea that many girls might not know how their partners get money.