Tonto Charity Dikeh a Nigerian actress, singer, songwriter and humanitarian, comes out to reflect and takes her time to tell us how her mistakes trained her to become who she is today.
The divorced mother of one used social media to address herself by saying her mistakes made her journey in life and made her who she is today.
She wrote; the evidence that proves I tried, were my mistakes and am thankful for that. With time I no longer fear failure but I now know that failure is a training ground that prepares you for success. I know that I have more failure than I have success, but, all that got me closer to my goals and made me the woman I am today.
She then opens her mistakes just days after blogger Stella Dimoko Korkus accused her of sleeping with pastors.
If you have more to say, say it, but one thing is, don’t accuse me of going around sleeping with pastors and collecting offering money to do slay queen on Instagram. I don’t fucking care what you post. Please go ahead. Churchill I am sorry I ever doubted all you said and even almost agreed to collect money from all your ex’s who were being set up to call you out. I don’t sleep with men of God or break up my friends’ relationships by stealing their deeks. Recording all conversations with your friends and saving chats to call them out, when you know nobody replies to.
Maybe you’re still suffering from the juju you said you got from that Mercy that took your destiny. ..you and I have arranged plenty press stunts from way back and please don’t forget you still owe me 200k for a PR stunt I did years back and you stopped talking to me because of that or was it because you slept with Elohor’s husband? Is this all you got? like really? I am done with you until you can do better.
I guess you noticed that none of your friends are liking your post, please make sure you take your medications because you are desperately sick and seeking who to drag down with you. I still ask myself why am I exchanging words with you, If you got shots on me please fire!!! please leave me, Let me work, you don’t have a day job, I do.
This will be the last response from me to you until further notice.