See Why It’s Been Really Hard Since Leaving Big Brother – Sheggz Reveals
Sheggz, also referred to as Segun Olusemo, is a housemate who participated in this year’s Big Brother Naija: Level Up competition. The football player and actor quit a week before the end of the show and went on to have a successful game. But ever since he left the house, he has not received the welcome he anticipated, and an influencer by the name of BeautybyGbemi has accused him of domestic abuse.
Sheggz spoke candidly about the whole situation in a recent interview with Lilian Afegbai for her YouTube show, Lilian’s Couch. He discussed his life since leaving the house and briefly touched on his thoughts regarding the accusations made against him. Sheggz stated the following.
During the interview, Lilian Afegbai asked Sheggz: “How is your mental health? When you came out, how was it? Were you depressed? Were you having anxiety? How did you feel? Because these are conversations people really don’t like to have. And I now am in a space where I can talk about being depressed in the past or me almost dying from depression because now I’m strong. My mental health, I’m alert. If I know you’re going to mess up my brain, I move. Like I protect my mental health. If I know being on Instagram for one week is going to stress me or there’s so much, I just go off. So like for you, how do you manage it? Because it’s a lot.” He responded saying:
I was definitely broken when I came out. The thing about me is I’m not gonna lie, I can say it, I was definitely broken. I didn’t think this is what I was coming out to to be honest. It was hard. It was really hard. And I feel like a lot of people, I feel like it’s easy
for them to – to be honest, when I came out, I felt like I didn’t have a voice. That’s the truth. Some of the stuff that is hanging around me and that I’m accused of, 97% of women that speak on it are actually telling the truth and only 3% are lying. So I didn’t have a voice. There’s nothing I could really say that anyone would be like you know what bro, we believe you. They will find cracks in any single thing that I say. So that was tough to feel like I didn’t have a voice. Obviously I have an amazing fan base. They’re super good. Sheggz FC. I feel like they really kept me going. My family, super supportive. In fact, scrap that, God first and foremost. I feel like I’m quite spiritual. I feel like my journey is meant to be bumpy because where I’m going to is – it’s never straight forward for me. Even my football career was not straight forward. So I just feel like it’s part of my life and I feel like at the end of the tunnel, there’s light. And I feel like people would see the greatness at the right time.
What do you think about what Sheggz said? And what did you think of Sheggz in the house and of him now that he’s left? Let me know your thoughts by leaving a comment either below