Popular Nigerian actress, businesswoman, and Instagram influencer Tonto Dikeh in an interview with Daily Trust newspaper has revealed that her ex-boyfriend Prince Kpokpogri has some of her private photos and is threatening her with it.
The mother of one had lamented that her ex-boyfriend had some of her private photos which he got through illegal means, according to the veteran actress her ex-boyfriend had threatened to blackmail her with the photos.
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Recall that for the past weeks, Tonto Dikeh and her ex-boyfriend have been a trending sensation after the news of their breakup hit the internet, according to sources her ex-boyfriend had accused her of infidelity.
The news of their breakup had made most Nigerians sad. Tonto Dikeh who had ended her relationship with her ex-husband Churchill had gotten into a relationship with Prince Kpokpogri in search of true love.
However, their relationship had only lasted a few months before they broke up, Tonto revealed in her interview, that she had given her ex-boyfriend eight million naira in August when he threatened to release her private photos.
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She called on the appropriate authorities to look into the matter and bring Prince Kpokpogro to book. Her interview was carried and disseminated by several media outlets where her fans and followers aired their opinions.
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Photo Credit: Lindaikejiblog, Instagram.
News source: Daily Trust Newspapers.
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