Former Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) housemate Kemen, has caused an unpleasant buzz upon himself on social media, following a recent comedy skit he featured in.
In the viral comedy skit, the fitness expert walked past a young man and his lover, and made sure to inappropriately touch the lady on her backside.
Angered by the rude invasion of her body, the young lady charged her man to tackle her molester. He, however, cowered after seeing the tough build of Kemen, and handed over his woman to kemen’s care.
Watch the skit below:
Better don’t kill yourself because of a girl 😅 pic.twitter.com/utyT06kNqW
— martial (@Okslaw_11) October 14, 2019
In an unexpected turn of events, members of the internet community were far from entertained by the skit, as many made sure to remind Kemen of the circumstance that led to his disqualification from the 2017 season of the reality show.
The fitness expert was sent packing from the Big Brother house, after he was caught on camera touching female housemate, Tboss, without her consent while she was asleep.
Read mixed reactions below:
Sexual harassment is not funny. Regardless of where and how it’s used.
It’s even worse when you perpetuate it the way Kemen and co did in that skit. If you must joke with sexual harassment, make sure you pass an anti-sexual harassment message at the end.
— FAVOUR ONYEOZIRI (@FOnyeoziri) October 14, 2019
In the Kemen tweets trending, you’ll see a battalion of men trying to justify the skit.They don’t even see a problem with it,especially considering Kemen’s history,but when we said they don’t give actual assaults the same energy they give false accusations,they said we were lying pic.twitter.com/UsPQt7XEsu
— Alphabet boy (@Out_lawed) October 14, 2019
First, the video is so unfunny. How they thought this up and called it comedy is beyond me.
Secondly, it is very obvious that Kemen likes being unfortunate. Your history does not give you the leeway to agree to play such a role. Apparently, he learnt nothing from his BBN saga. https://t.co/Btrk0fyOXs
— Mark Amaza (@amasonic) October 14, 2019
But if Kemen had to be in a skit he should have tried as much as possible to avoid one with any tendency to pull this type of conversation and condemnation.
We now live in a very sensitive world.
— Raymond (@IamTheIroko) October 14, 2019
There were other individuals who suggested that there s nothing wrong with the video.
More tweets below:
I don't see anything wrong with this video of Kemen, as long as you keep hanging his past mistakes on his head , you'll keep seeing everything wrong with whatever he does.
Let Kemen be please.
Even rapist and woman beaters are hear ranting nonsense 😏 pic.twitter.com/28bTaZksnj
— A babe that wears Okrika (@Enkaynjama18) October 14, 2019
I hope people know that there is a difference between a skit and Sexual harassment/assault…concerning this kemen's situaproblem… What's the ish? Cos local woman is confused pic.twitter.com/RVczG8MXQk
— ❄Frozen ❄ (🔱) (@viakada96) October 14, 2019
Even if Kemen touched her ass, which i did not even see him do, what is now the biggie there?🙄
Its a comedy for crying out loud.🤷🏾♀️ people kiss in films, don't they?
If talk dey hungry us, let's talk about pressing issues like #justiceforkano9
Just stop this bad energy abegi.
— Mary Benson (@Marylinbeckas) October 14, 2019