Tonto Dikeh has taken to her social media page to aver that she called her relationship off with a man she honestly loves.
Tonto Dikeh via her social media page noted that she called her relationship off with her ex-lover, Prince Kpokpogri, after listening to the leaked voice note between Prince and Merit.
Tonto dikeh added that Prince Kpokpogri should answer to the law for his illegal recording and release of her private moments that happened months back before she ended their relationship.
In her words;
“After listening to these leaked voice notes between JOSEPH EGBRI(fake name Prince Kpokpogri) and merit, I called my relationship off with a man I honestly did LOVE.
“Now this is not enough for blackmail and lies but it's all good and great. Respectfully, all we are asking is for you to answer to the law for your illegal recordings and release of my private moments (A CRIME) that happened months back before I respectfully ended this relationship.”
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