A fitness enthusiast and former Big Brother Naija contestant, Kemen Ekerete, says he has moved on from the incident that happened between him and another housemate, T-Boss, during the competition.
Recall that T-Boss had accused Kemen of touching her inappropriately without her consent.
In an interview with Sunday Scoop, Kemen said, “Everybody will be fine. I moved past that a long time ago. Right now, I am just focused on my fitness and wellness brand.
“I have worked with a couple of clients, including private individuals and top CEOs of multinationals. I have been favoured to work with a couple of people who believe in my ability. They believe more in what I can offer than what people think about me.”
Kemen also stated that though he may not be so visible on social media, he has consistently being busy. He said, “I am a personal trainer and consultant. Most of my clients are not social media people. But, there are some things I have been doing that are out there on social media. I am probably not talked about on social media because I don’t have any controversy. It seems that is the only thing people like to talk about.”
Asked if he thinks his brand would have been bigger than it presently is if not for the BBN scandal, he said, “I arguably have one of the biggest fitness brands in the country. I think that ‘kills’ the question of if I would have been bigger.
“Do I want to be bigger; yes. Does it depend on anybody; no. It all depends on me. If I am putting in all the work to make my brand bigger, I will definitely be bigger. I don’t think anything can stop me. The most important thing is how I have grown as a brand.
“What are the conversations now? What are the testimonies of people that have worked with me after the show? I think those are the more important conversations.
“However, it is very hard for some people to let go of their perceptions, and that should not be my headache.”