BBC breakfast star Naga Munchetty admits being a “thug” at school

Naga Munchetty has admitted being a “thug” in school when she made a sincere confession on her BBC Radio Five live show.

The 46-year-old presenter also revealed that it was “not a good feeling” to know that she did what she did and is now living by the motto “Be Kind”.


Naga admits she isn’t sure what happened (Photo credit: SplashNews.com)

What did BBC star Naga Munchetty say?

BBC breakfast star Naga re-presented her morning show on the BBC radio station yesterday (Wednesday June 16) when the discussion turned to bullying.

After a caller called to share his experience, Naga made her confession.

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“I remember a time when I was in school and a large group of us, a girl gang, was hanging around and one of the girls in the group was annoying us,” she says.

“She did something we weren’t happy with and we turned her all on.

“We ostracized her and it got to the point that the teacher took us all into a room and asked if anyone wanted to apologize.”

BBC Naga Munchetty harassed fans on BBC Radio 5 Live
Naga also announced that she was bullied at school as well (Photo credit: SplashNews.com)

“So stubborn”

Naga then went on to think back to her school days.

“I was so stubborn and so stubborn …

“… and I said, ‘No, I don’t want to apologize to her, I don’t want to be her friend anymore.’

“I never quite understood why I was so stubborn about it and not thinking about how much it would hurt you and whether it would bother you.

“It’s pretty hard to admit you’ve been a tyrant,” she admitted after a moment of silence.

“For me, I always stick to one of these life mottos, be nice, and to know that it wasn’t you …

“It’s not a good feeling.”

Naga then told the audience that she had made up with the girl in question and admitted that she was bullied as well.

Naga Munchetty apologizes to the BBC breakfast guest for the
Naga is constantly being trolled on social media (Source: BBC iPlayer)

Is Naga still bullied?

Naga now often experiences bullying of a different kind – online trolling.

Just last week, she hit back a Twitter user who branded her a “terrible woman”.

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After the man made his comment, Naga tweeted it.

“Tim, do yourself a favor,” she wrote. “Stop following that terrible woman.”

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