Actress Tonto Dikeh laments bitterly after her son whose name is King destroyed gadgets worth millions of Naira. According to her, she said her son destroyed 2 Mac Laptops, 4 Iphones & 2 Smart TVs. She said her life is getting expensive due to what her son did.
Tonto dikeh also said her son broke the screen of her Samsung Zfold she is using. The Samsung phone is estimated to worth about 600,000 Naira. Not only that, her son also destroyed tablets worth hundreds of thousands. Personally, I am wondering how her son could be this destructive? I think she must have spoiled the child excessively.
Nevertheless, Tonto dike has been trending on social media due to the fact that she and her ex husband have parted ways. According to reports, they both parted ways based on individual differences. Her ex lover complained that Tonto dikeh smokes a lot and she is very hot tempered.
The man said he had told her several times to stop smoking yet she will still go back to it. The man said he had told her that he will leave her if she keeps smoking hard. Back to the main reason for this article. See the gadgets tonto dikeh son destroyed below:
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