The elder sister of the popular social media dancer, Jane Mena, has come out to defend her after actress Tonto Dikeh mentioned Jane Mena's name in the ongoing scandal involving her and her former boyfriend, Prince Kpokpogri.
Earlier today, Tonto Dikeh took to the social media to explain the reason why she severed her relationship with Kpokpogri and why she is pressing charges against him. Tonto Dikeh insisted it is compulsory that her former politician boyfriend explain why he recorded her during their private moments.
Photo: Tonto Dikeh and Kpokpogri
Meanwhile, Tonto Dikeh further alleged on her Instagram post yesterday that Kpokpogri also has private videos of other women he had affairs with in the past and then informed Jane Mena about her own. "This may be a good time to tell Jane Mena this man has so many of your private videos, both old and recent," Tonto Dikeh alleged.
Photo: Jane Mena and husband.
However, while commenting on Tonto Dikeh's post, Kate who is a sister to Jane Mena told Tonto Dikeh to worry more about her case with Kpokpogri and leave Jane Mena's name out of it. According to Kate, they only "chop" Kpokpogri's money but he never saw her sister's pant, let alone of filming her in the act.
Jane Mena is currently married to her long time boyfriend, and Kpokpogri has always maintained they are just friends. In one of his social media posts yesterday, Kpokpogri maintained it would be a taboo for him to sleep with Jane knowing she is married to another man.
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