You can’t use my past to hurt me, Tonto Dikeh replies ex-lover Kpokpogri
The break-up drama between Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh and her ex-lover, Prince Kpokpogri got more intense as the duo was engaged in an Instagram war on Thursday.
Dikeh earlier called out Kpokpogri on her page, to stop running and face the consequences of his actions after it was rumoured that she petitioned security agencies to investigate him.
In response, Kpokpogri alleged that he broke up with her because of her “hard smoking and heavy drinking.”
Kpokpogri said, “I’m ready to foot the NDLEA cost to carry out a test on you if you never abused hard smoking and heavy drinking; and if found to be false, I will waive my right to trial for one year. This was what broke us up and not an aftermath voice note.”
In response, Dikeh took to her Instagram story to call on National Drug Law Enforcement Agency to carry out a test on her if they have any report.
The actress, in her latest post, also replied to her ex-lover’s allegation, stating that he cannot hurt her with her past.
Dikeh also shared some screenshots from their chats, alleging that Kpokpogri threatened her with blackmail threats which he carried out.
She said, “I am a very truthful person. I have not a bone of lie in me. I tried so hard to ignore all these.
“You can’t ridicule me with the story that you broke off this relationship and then I leaked a voice note that would affect me too. You can’t also use my past to Hurt me either.
“A relationship ended privately, you should have left it in peace that way. Rather you went ahead with your blackmail threats and actually carried your threat out.”
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This post was written by Victoria Edeme and was first published at punchng.com