Gandoki advises the mother of one to go back to her husband, Dr. Olakunle Chruchill, emphasizing that her marriage was a source of inspiration to many ladies, and her separation might demoralize some of them as well.
Although Gandoki deleted the post soon after, he begged Tonto to let go of whatever issues she might be having with her husband.
“Tonto my sister, you no sabi say wen you marry, many girls wey think say them no get hope to settle down, all find husband eventually? You truly motivated a lot of them, but your untimely breakup will give those ladies a sour taste in their mouth and family,…Abi you want us to get more single mother’s or baby mamas?
“It is on record that the Xmas of 2015 had the highest number of weddings and engagements in the South-East, South-South and even south-west. Tonto Dikeh, the Poko mama, Abeg, Abeg, na Abeg I take God beg you, make your homework, extending your movie roles to marriage dramas, breaks the heart of thousands of your teeming fans.
“Instagram stunt of your personal affairs is expected to attract diverse interferences and attacks of different degrees. Let’s keep fantasizing that all is well,….we never believed that your Mr. X whom you held so dearly and, that was a hard nut to unveil, is today your fellow actor in “Tonto Dikeh Instagram Marriage Part 1 and Tonto Dikeh & Son Go Missing Part 2.
“Oga Churchill, when we ever meet, I will inform you more….we dey wait to see una together for event, nothing concern me with the blackmail story from one of you but…it breaks my heart!”
Recall that Tonto was married traditionally in her hometown in Port-Harcourt in 2015, after living a life most people tagged as wild and reckless.
However, after the arrival of her son King Andre Churchill, her social media started reflecting the other side of her – calm, loving and motherly.
But, with the controversies of her husband having an affair with his personal assistant, an upcoming actress, Rosaline Meurer, Tonto’s marriage may come to an end soon.
Meanwhile, in an interview with Toast Magazine, Mr. Olakunle Churchill says every marriage has its ups and downs and Tonto Dikeh is still trying to adjust to being a wife and mother.