Tonto Dikeh Warns Prospective Toasters, “I Nor Dey Give Man Money And Car Again Again O”
The actress revealed this when responding to a fan’s post.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Tonto Dikeh, a Nollywood actress, has informed potential toasters that she no longer gives pricey gifts to her partners.
This was revealed by the actor when responding to a fan’s message.
“Be like na Tonto dey enter my eye now,” the admirer wrote on IG page.
Following her previous experiences, the mother of one denied the admirer’s proposal in her response.
“I nor dey give man money and car again ooo. I just say make I tell una. If I enter your eye abeg hold money. Na wetin I dey find now. I don stop Indian love o,” she replied.
“E no go reach me you turn less privileged 😂😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🙈🙈🙈🙈 I am now team buy him boxers and Roll o.”
The actor’s previous romance with activist Prince Kpokpogri ended in a shambles.
It was packed with adoring images on social media and the exchange of pricey gifts in the early stages of the relationship.
It wasn’t long before the relationship’s flaws began to show.
Counter-accusations, arrests, sex tapes,’stray bullets’ from third parties, and even lawsuits ensued.
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