Tonto Dike has been in the news lately and it’s all about her marriage that went down the drain.
The Nigerian actress has activated her YouTube account to respond to allegations arrowed at her from her ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill.
According to her, Mr Churchill, whom she usually referred to as Mr X, is a conman who scammed her in so many ways to put a ring on her finger at her lowest point in life.
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“Right now I am a tiger. I feel terrible, bad, used. I am the biggest scam he’s ever played in his life. I have never wanted a child… I didn’t go down that road,” she said in an interview.
On her channel, she released three videos with the caption ‘Evidence’ to suggest that she wants to tell her side of the story. She alleged that Mr X is spreading false information about her in series of interviews that she would like to clarify.
The caption read, “King Tonto is here for clarity and has every proof/evidence to show the world.”
Parts of the evidence suggests, Tonto paid for her wedding, the car gift her husband got for her wasn’t in her name, she was abused so many times among other things she claims to have documented for future reference.
She made several revelations including one that she said there was one time she went upstairs to meet her husband clad in a red cloth surrounded by red candles with a laptop resting in his hand – a gesture that proved to her that he practiced occultism.
Tonto further revealed more facts concerning her legal battle with Mr X, and also addressed her drug abuse allegations with lab test evidence from different hospitals in Nigeria and United States of America.
Some online portals also reported that, she claimed Mr X was a one-minute man when it came to satisfying her under the sheets.
For now, Tonto says nothing matters to her more than her son, King. She noted his surname would be changed from Churchill to Dikeh because her ex-husband failed to pay his support fees for months.
You can watch the second part of her interview below:
Source: Ghana/ Adomonline.com/ Dennis K. Adu