Nollywood star, Tonto Dikeh, and her estranged husband, Olakunle Churchill are engaged in conflict again.
This time, their rift got messier on Friday as they spent the day calling each unprintable names on Instagram.
Trouble began after a vendor called out Mr Churchill on Thursday for allegedly owing it and absconding with its appliances from the home he once rented in Ghana.
Tonto replied the vendor on Instagram and went on to give her ex-husband’s contact details.
This got her estranged husband angry, prompting his decision to blow hot on Instagram.
In a lengthy post, he told Tonto to desist from ”associating herself with anything that has to do with him”.
He said, “My interest is my son, whom you have deprived me of seeing 14 months before the court case. I was able to see my son after the court granted me sharing custody, which was before his birthday. You and your lawyer have refused to oblige to court orders four times including his last holiday. Please channel this same energy on responding to court order.”
Tonto fired back immediately. She claimed the EFCC blocked his (ex-husband) account because she reported his alleged criminal activities to the financial crimes institution.
“Go and pay your bills and leave me out of your nonsense.Your son isn’t on Instagram, so telling sad untrue stories is unnecessary. Quit telling people you can’t pay them because @efcc blocked your account. As a result of me reporting them to you,” she responded.
Both have launched an unending social media war against each other in recent months.
The Nollywood star confirmed there were cracks in her 17-month-old marriage in February 2017.
By June 2017, Tonto’s dad returned her traditional marriage bride price to his ex-son in law.
The 32-year-old actress, who recently revealed that her much publicised beauty surgery cost N5 million, recently told PREMIUM TIMES that she hopes to remarry some day.
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