The high between Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh and a popular Nigerian dancer, known as Janemena seems to be getting more interesting as both parties have called each other out on social me.
Recalled that Janemena who is legally married was accused of being in a relationship with Tonto Dikeh's ex-lover, known as Prince Kpokpogri. It was also alleged that Prince Kpokpogri has a videotape of the moment he spent with Janemena.
Weeks after the news went viral, Janemena filed a lawsuit of N500 million against Tonto Dikeh for tarnishing her image. What that been said, Tonto Dikeh took to her social media page to say that Janemena has been begging her to save her marriage, only for her to come up with a lawsuit.
Reacting to Tonto Dikeh's statement, Janemena said that she has never met with Tonto Dikeh let alone begging her to save her marriage.
According to Janemena, she said, "We Never called to beg you or for you to save my marriage. Ask people around who know me and my husband".
She further demands that Tonto Dikeh should go ahead and expose the videotape or If she can not reveal it on her social media page, she should give it to bloggers to reveal it. She added that she is a peaceful person, all she wanted was an apology from Tonto. But, since she like the mud, they should play on it together.
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