Tonto Dikeh, amid the backlash following her split from Delta State lawmaker Prince Kpokpogri, has resorted to social media to mourn her mother’s death.
The actress claimed it’s been 32 years since her mother died in a message on her Instagram page, and she’s commemorating her life today.
Tonto Dikeh stated that her family had been saddened, but that now is the time to honor her mother’s magnificent life.
Celebration of Life, she wrote. 32 years have passed. We’ve been harmed, we’ve recovered, and now it’s time to rejoice in the magnificent life you’ve lived. Mama, I wish you continue to rest in peace. Your Little Girl, I will always love you.
Tonto Dikeh compared not using Instagram to being stabbed in the heart with a knife, according to the source.
The actress, who had previously complained about her Instagram followers not rising, said she had been instructed to be offline for 72 hours so that Instagram could fix the growth problem in a message uploaded on her Instagram story.
Tonto Dikeh claims that she lives on Instagram and that she would struggle to function without it.
She asked her fans and followers to choose between using her food Instagram page or creating a backup Instagram account.
So I was instructed to go offline for 72 hours so Instagram could repair my growth issue, she wrote. It’s just that I live on these streets. How am I going to get through this? Should I create a backup page or continue to utilize my food page for the time being? It’s like stabbing my heart with a knife. Instagram, ooh.