Nigerian rapper and the winner of Big Brother Naija Lockdown edition, Laycon, has opened up fiasco surrounding the Erica Nlewedim saga when he was in the house.
Laycon was romantically attracted to fellow housemate Erica Nlewedim while on the show in 2020, but the actress didn't feel the same way.
This led to some hard feelings between both reality stars who were great friends, extending to their fans too.
Subsequently, the feud became one of the reasons Erica was disqualified from the show.
Opening up on his emotion in an interview with media personality Chude, Laycon said the fact that he is an intelligent person does not exclude him from feeling hurt or showing emotions.
According to him, it is possible that one's intention might not be to hurt him, but if he is hurt by that action, it does not make him a bad person.
“Something everyone needs to understand, because I am naturally intelligent doesn’t mean I’m not human, doesn’t mean I can’t love, doesn’t mean I can’t show my emotions, doesn’t mean I can’t be hurt.
“That's what I'm also trying to let people know that I am who I am and a part of me is somebody who can get hurt. I can get hurt.
"You may not want to hurt me but I will be hurt. That does not make me a bad person if I get hurt by your actions.
“Your actions are genuinely pure but if I'm hurt by it, it means I have to deal with it.
"That's also something that you as a human being will have to figure out that because somebody's action hurt you does not mean those actions are bad.
“There are intentions of actions and then there are conclusions that come out of that action. It's a moral dilemma, it has been an ethical dilemma.
"Do you judge an action based on the intention or the result of the actions?”