Chioma Ikokwu Speaks On Fight With Toyin Lawani, Others On RHOL [VIDEO]

Chioma stated that she doesn’t want to be perceived as somebody who is coming on TV fighting or engaging in arguments or whose mouth is sharper like that’s not the legacy I want to live.

Beauty entrepreneur and the “Real Housewives Of Lagos” star,  aka Chioma Good Hair had a chat with Chude Jideonwo on friendship with fellow RHOL cast, Caroline Danjuma, Iyabo Ojo, and her squabble with Toyin Lawani.

Chioma Ikokwu Speaks On Fight With Toyin Lawani, Others On RHOL [VIDEO]
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In an interview with Chude Jideonwo, Chioma shed light on her fights with her go housemates.

She admitted that she was extremely embarrassed over their fights because of her nature.

Chioma stated that she doesn’t want to be perceived as somebody who is coming on TV fighting or engaging in arguments or whose mouth is sharper like that’s not the legacy I want to live.

For her, she doesn’t like the fact that the production team pushed a negative narrative.

She added that she and her co-stars could have done more positive and empowering stuff.

“I think it’s extremely embarrassing, you know for me it’s just embarrassing because the sort of person I am, the family I come from, this is not something that I sort of engage in. The last time I was on Twitter was when I was 11 because I worked in a law firm and had desk job but after that I never really went back in Twitter because I just felt it was such a violent space to be in. So seeing all of that was sort of new to me, seeing all of the housewives going back and forth. I’m just like, all of this could be avoided. Sometimes when I look back, I’m just like, what did we really teach young girls. Everyone comes and is like you’re so inspiring and I know so much more that I could have offered to this situation to actually genuinely inspire people to get them to want to do better, be better. I don’t want to be perceived as somebody that is coming on TV fighting or engaging in arguments or whose mouth is sharper like that’s not the legacy that I want to live. Yes of course, they’ve used some of my taglines as TikTok videos. It’s cute but like I was even saying this morning that I don’t want the tagline to be insults, I want it to be positive things that you can sort of use to empower or better yourselves. And I don’t really like the fact that they pushed the negativity. I felt like even with production and I have to say this that at the end of the day. Ofcourse drama sells with reality TV but it could have been mixed a little bit more. We could have done more positive or empowering stuff”.

denied reports of insulting Toyin Lawani’s business.

She said, “At no point did I ever insult Toyin’s business ever. If anything, I said you’re creative, you’re very talented, so many times throughout the season I’d be like you’re even too good for Nigeria, Nigeria doesn’t deserve you. I’ll hail get, I’ll encourage her, anybody can bear witness to that. There was never a time I’ll ever insult her business”.

also revealed that she got into an altercation with but production cut it out.

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