Veteran actress, Tonto Dikeh, stirs mixed reactions after referring to her ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill as a deadbeat father over his birthday note to his son.
Churchill, in a note, had eloquently expressed his emotions to his son, King Andre, on his 7th birthday while affirming how much he longs to see him.
This triggered a lengthy note from Tonto Dikeh where she referred to her ex-husband as a deadbeat father while dragging his mother and wife into their feud.
The development stirred mixed reactions from netizens who supported the mother of one for expressing herself while others condemned her for being dramatic.
Reactions to Tonto Dikeh and Churchill ‘s saga
“Why must there be drama each year on this child’s bday abeg you guys should grow up and co parent in peace haba.”
“My first time not minding my business, at this time, weeks to an elections that will determine the faith of your political engagement you decide to continue to let this guy continue to upset you to lose control, instead of focusing on more important things. Focus pls your engagement is becoming low.”
“And people said it Tonto that refuses him to visit the boy cus I had to take my time to read the epistle.”
“Make una carry Una family matter go family meeting we don tire for Una matter for this instagram ahhhh.”
“Not supporting deadbeat behaviour. But this stuff hurts the child more than the man. Let love lead, hope you find God. Nothing good comes from bitterness and hate. Consider your kids future mental health.”
“Why is this lil boy birthday always dramatic every year…. I feel for the child tho cuz he’s innocent in all this.”
“You need to calm down now, try and also forgive. And if you feel you hvnt forgiven him then ignore. I am surprised that little piece of condolence message he sent you generated that long epistle you drafted out. Haba, dis one too mch na🤔. You should learn to forgive and move on please, its not easy but u can try. God bless you.”