“How I Experienced Racism In Beirut” – Tobi narrates

Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Tobi has shared his Beirut experience with a Punch’s correspondent, disclosed that he experienced racism in Beirut.

The reality show star who went on Beirut tour with Play Network Africa and other professionals from different spheres, disclosed that he had no idea what Beirut was going to look like but liked the sound of it and it turned out to be an interesting experience.

Recounting how he experienced Racism in Beirut, Tobi said;

There weren’t many black people, at least not too many that I saw. There were many Arabs and a diversity of other people. Something funny that happened was a semblance of racism; although I would rather not use that exact word. We had reserved a club prior to the trip and when we got there, they tried to separate us from the crowd for whatever the reason was. We left because it felt disrespectful. It was like they put us in a corner. Aside that, the people of Beirut are relaxed and cheerful.


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