Big Sister apologies to fans
Following the arrest and detention of Zainab Sheiff together with some fans at the Lumely police station, the Big Sister Salone CEO has tendered an apology, after being granted bail and the matter sent to court.
In her post Zainab Sheriff first apologised to fans for the late eviction show on Sunday 14th November 2021. “It was because of the same traffic that I couldn’t make it in time to evict,” she stated.
The CEO also apologized to fans and team for what she described as “police brutality” that occurred because the area where this particular eviction show was held on [Sunday 14 November 2021] was not as entertainment friendly as it should have been for a show like The Big Sister Women’s Empowerment Show.”
However, Zainab Sheriff argued “our fans have every right to dance and celebrate their Sisters that are competing in good faith in an Edutainment show like The Big Sister Women’s Empowerment Show, for Empowerment and Enablements.”
She also expressly apologised to fans and the general public for the traffic inconveniences they might have caused, and further extended her apology to the police for having to put them through distress caused by their fans.
“We take full responsibility and we promise to do better in all our up and coming shows,” the CEO promised.
On Monday evening Zainab, together with her team and some fans that were arrested were released on bail. BT/17/11/2021
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