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I fed my ex-husband’s mother, Tonto Dikeh brags

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By Toby Prince

Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh, has alleged that she fed the mother of her estranged husband, Olakunle Churchill.

The 33-year-old made this known in an interview with PlusTVAfrica on Wednesday morning.

Miss Dikeh and Andre Churchill got married in 2015 which produced a son one year later.

However, their union ended in 2017 over allegations of domestic abuses and extra-marital affairs.

“They have this thread that they tie on the thumb of a new born baby and they told me they were going to do it. And that’s why I told the doctors, I said ‘I don’t want my son sleeping with me the first two nights.’ My son didn’t sleep with me the first two nights, he didn’t come because I didn’t want the mother close to me for that, ” she said.

“I made sure I did everything because I wanted to be closely watching her because I knew who she was. So for her son to say I went to London for his mother to take care of me? Olakunle Churchill, what visa did I use to go to London?”

She added that the last time she was in London was when she fell on stage about seven years ago.

“The other way round it is, I fed your mother, I gave her my money, hard earned money…,” Tonto said.

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