Big Brother Naija ‘shine ya eyes’ winner, Hazel Onuo popularly known as Whitemoney has right his wrongs as he tenders a deep apology to the women he has hurt with his vile words.
The upcoming singer kick-started a week long drama after his demeaning statement to women.
He opined that no woman is out of a man’s league as long as the man has money. His statement earned backlash as his junior colleague, Doyin and actress, Victoria Inyama countered him. Victoria, on her part, went extreme as she insulted his mother while lambasting him.
To worsen the situation, Whitemoney had infuriated Doyin when he expressed his disgust at her on Nedu’s The Honest Bunch podcast. He claimed that ladies don’t fancy broke men and cited Doyin as example.
In a surprising twist, the singer has realized his mistake and had taken to his Instagram page to right his wrongs.
According to the reality star, he never meant to sound demeaning, and his initial video was to motivate the guys.
He, however, admitted that he should have clarified by saying ‘some women’ instead of all women.
Whitemoney revealed that he had already apologised to Inyama, and she did the same for insulting his mother.
Addressing the comments he made about Doyin, he stated that Doyin only reacted to the snippets she saw online, hence her outburst.
Apologising to her, he stressed that he will never talk down on women because they raised him, and they are a big part of his career.
“I will never slander women, I will never talk bad against women, I was raised by women, I love women, my team is filled with women, and I don’t have anything against women. Women have been a major part of my career and I appreciate every single woman in my life that I’ve come across and yet to come across. So I’m sorry to all the woman who feel insulted, I didn’t mean to insult anybody intentionally, I’m not above mistakes, I’m not perfect, thank you very much, let love lead.”
“I have been misunderstood widely”
– Whitemoney pic.twitter.com/6ANKwJIoav
— @ (@OneJoblessBoy) March 28, 2023