While thanking his supporters, former Bigg Boss Tamil season 7 contestant Pradeep Antony slammed online content creators, who were spreading hate.
Pradeep Antony on Bigg Boss Tamil season 7.
Actor-filmmaker Pradeep Antony on Tuesday broke his silence following his eviction from Bigg Boss Tamil season 7 . He shared a short clip from the iconic Tamil song Naan Oru Muttaalunga, which translates to 'I am a fool,' along with a small note.
While thanking his supporters, Pradeep suggested that he has made peace with his eviction and also slammed online content creators, who were spreading hate. "To all supporters. I think, I'm done with all this BB stuff. There will be haters, creating hate is business for a lot of youtubers and content creators. Vazhattum. I really want to create my own content and don't want to be stuck in this. Freeya vidunga (let it be)," Pradeep tweeted, requesting his fans not to engage with online trolls.
Pradeep was one of the first batch of contestants to enter the ongoing season of Bigg Boss Tamil. Last week, he was asked to leave the show by host Kamal Haasan following complaints from female contestants in the house.
Most women within the house alleged that Pradeep's behaviour intimidated them and they felt "unsafe." They also raised concerns about his frequent emotional outbursts, his use of foul language, and his habit of making physical threats against fellow housemates.
On Saturday's episode contestants Poornima, Maya and Jovika raise a protest banner to draw Kamal's attention to their concerns. After hearing all their complaints, Kamal has made the decision to remove Pradeep from the house. After conducting an ad-hoc voting process, Kamal handed Pradee the 'red card' which symbolised the end of his stint on the show.
Pradeep's unceremonious exit from the show divided the internet with many people expressing solidarity with him. In the meantime, Poornima, Maya and Jovika have come under heavy attack on social media, with many accusing them of making false allegations against Pradeep.