Many Nigerian celebrities have had arguments with each other this year. In this article, we'll be looking at two Nigerian celebrities who will likely be allowed in court to prove their claims about another celebrity.
1. Tonto Dikeh
Following the disagreement between Tonto Dikeh and her ex-lover, Prince Kpokpogri, she claimed that her ex-lover had an affair with a Nigerian dancer, Usiwo Orezimena Jane, popularly known as Janemena. Tonto Dikeh also claimed that Kpokpogri has photos of Janemena without clothes.
In response to Tonto's claims, Jenemena has threatened to drag Tonto Dikeh to court. In the petition filed by Janemena through her lawyers, she wants an immediate retraction of the said publications by Tonto Dikeh, a public apology, and the sum of N500m, or get ready to prove her claims in court.
In a recent post shared by Tonto Dikeh, she said that they'll meet in court.
(Tonto Dikeh's reply)
Brymo said that the popular Nigerian singer, Innocent Idibia falsely accused him of having an affair with his wife, Annie Idibia. Following his claims, the music management of 2face Idibia has threatened to drag Brymo to court.
(Olawale Oloforo, popularly known as Brymo)
According to them, Brymo will have an opportunity to substantiate his claims with proof in court. If he fails to do that, the law will take its course, fully.
We all have to watch how things play out between these celebrities, the truth will surely be revealed.
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