Tonto Dikeh's ex-boyfriend, Prince Kpokpogri, has finally responded to allegations that he cheated on her while they were together.
Kpokpogiri challenged those who claimed he paid money to cover up evidence against him to come forward or "remain silent forever."
Insinuating that he is the victim of blackmail, the businessman also stated that there is a plot to bring men down and that the "recent revelation reveals we all need to be wary of Helen of Troy as it is glaring who had an ulterior motive all along."
Kpokpogiri, who hailed the ex husband of Tonto Dikeh Olakunle, said that he "does future "potential victims" a good thing by speaking up, as this has become a pattern for her." He claims that people asked him to maintain his silence.
The businessman revealed they date for 3 months and also alleged that from the very beginning of their relationship Tonto Dikeh had cheated, begged for a second chance, and threatened to kill herself unless he forgave her.
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