Tonto Dikeh Says She Will Never Regret The Love She Gave Anyone
The actress claims she has no regrets, only lessons learned.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Tonto Dikeh, a Nollywood actress, has stated that she will never regret expressing her feelings to a lover, even if she does not receive it back.
On Wednesday, December 1, 2021, the actress announced it on her Instagram page.
“I’ll never regret the love I gave anyone, even if it wasn’t reciprocated. Love always comes back full circle, that love is coming back to me in some shape or form,” she wrote.
“Keep putting love into the universe, cause it’s coming back with interest!! NO REGRETS JUST LESSONS TO GROW!!”
The mother of one’s message comes just days after she told followers she’s no longer afraid of her heart breaking.
It should be remembered that the actor’s last romance with activist Prince Kpokpogri ended in a shambles.
It was packed with love-up images on social media and the exchange of pricey presents in the early stages of the relationship.
It wasn’t long before the relationship began to show signs of wear and tear.
Counter-accusations, arrests, sex videos, third-party’stray bullets,’ and even lawsuits ensued.
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