In recent days, there have been several news stories about breakup stories among many celebrities, like Alex Ekubo, Annie Idibia, and currently, that of Tonto Dike and her lover, Prince Kpokpogri. It got to the extent that Prince Kpokpogri had to congratulate Tonto's ex-husband, Churchill.
With these two breakups, it will be very easy for one to point fingers at her as being the cause of the issue, even if she may not be the one, and, as a result, it has led to people trolling her, but she should try these things. It may help her in her next relationship.
Many things being displayed on social media aren't always real, but mostly done to oppress some people. Tonto is a very social person and doesn't waste much time uploading her winnings or new relationships online for people to see, and when a breakup looms, people get to judge her immediately without knowing what could be the cause. If she could learn to keep her relationship off of social media, it would go a long way towards reducing the number of trolls on her since there won't be anything to talk about her.
Having a sober reflection.
There's a saying that when a woman gets married to two husbands, she tends to weigh the two and knows which is best for her. Even though such an opportunity doesn't come often and people also pray not to experience it, it does help avoid unnecessary issues in your home.
Having gotten romantically with Prince Kpokpogri and Churchill, Tonto Dikeh really needs to go back to the drawing board, check what could really be wrong, whether it's from her or from the men, and choose better options. Marriage is a thing of choice and she can decide whether or not to try again, but if she really wants to, these two could help her avoid unnecessary trolls from people who may or may not know exactly what could be wrong.
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