X Factor’s Misha B I’ve Forgiven Tulisa For Bullying Accusations
Following her exit from the X Factor last night (Decemeber 4) Misha B has revealed that she has forgiven judge Tulisa for making bullying allegations against her.
Appearing on Lorraine this morning, the hopeful who was voted out of the competition solely by the public vote, said she no longer holds a grudge against Tulisa who implied that Misha has been bullying the other contestants backstage.
“Forgiving is the thing that I have done. I believe that in situations that occur in life, you shouldn’t get bitter you should just get better,” Misha explained. “Because there’s a saying that to forgive is to set a prisoner free, and I realised that prisoner was me. And instead of getting bitter about a situation – because it’s only making you not feel good inside. And for that situation I’m so grateful because it has been one of the greatest experiences of my life – for me to look at the situation and grow and learn from it. I’m just so grateful.”
The hopeful, who has been promised support in the future from mentor Kelly Rowland, added that she isn’t even angry at Gary Barlow following his comment over the weekend that she would never win the show because of the allegations of bullying.
The 19-year-old, who exited the show after singing Jessie J’s ‘Who You Are’, added: “I’ve got the utmost respect for Gary – I think he’s amazing and really, really supportive. I understand what he was saying, totally.”