Nigeria: Tonto Dikeh - My Ex-Lover Has Sex Tapes of Married Women

23 September 2021

Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh, has alleged that ex-lover, Prince Kpokpogri, has the sex tapes of some married women.

She said this while reacting to a suit Kpokpogri filed against her and the Department of State Services (DSS).

Kpokpogri had filed a suit before a Federal High Court in Abuja.

In the suit, he sought that the DSS should be restrained from further inviting him.

He also demanded N10 billion from Tonto Dikeh and the DSS as compensation for "mental trauma, emotional stress, and severe damage".

Reacting, Dikeh took to her Instagram page to further call out Kpokpogri.

She also tagged famous Instagram twerker, Jane Mena, and said her ex-lover had videos of their private moments.

She said, "#ICOMEINPEACE. After listening to these leaked voice note between JOSEPH EGBRI (fake name Prince Kpokpogri) and Merit, I personally called my relationship off with a man I honestly did LOVE.

"Now this is not enough for blackmail and lies but it's all good and great. Respectfully, all we are asking is come answer to the law for your illegal recording and release of my private moments (A CRIME) that happened months back before I respectfully ended this relationship, extortion (A CRIME), blackmail (A CRIME) amongst other things alleged about you.

"This May be a good time to say @janemena this man has so much of your s*x tapes with him in his possession (old and very recent). Not just you but a lot of other married women, celebrities and single girls too. If he hasn't blackmailed any of you yet, it's a matter of time!!

"My darling JOSEPH EGBRI, it will only be fair enough you allow the law operate. If these are made up allegations, you need not fear, FOR A CLEAN HEART FEARS NOTHING. I'm not hurt, not mad, just DONE. I wish you would too.

"You can't be the one blackmailing me, releasing my private chats with friends, bugging my phone and still be the one in trauma.

"Wish you all the very best but you need to stop running and face the consequences of your actions".

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