Tonto Dikeh, the Nollywood actress, and Prince Kpokpogri, her ex-lover, have resumed their fight on social media — a few months after their controversial split.


In June last year, the film star had flaunted the politician and anti-corruption activist as her new lover.

But their relationship would later hit the rocks. The duo had accused each other of cheating, with a series of leaked audios surfacing online to back their claims.

Since then, they have been at loggerheads and often engage each other in a war of words on social media.


Their latest drama started on Saturday when Dikeh shared a video of the politician twerking on her Instagram page.

In the post, the film star had also referred to Kpokpogri as a “community penis.”

In his reaction, the politician described the actress as a “prostitute” while asking her to make peace with God for allegedly sleeping with married men.


He also accused the mother of one of snatching people’s boyfriends.

“In as much as I don’t like trouble, I don’t shy away when I see one. community penis you said fine? but for every husband you have slept with, every boyfriend you have snatched and the dirty life you have lived you need to make peace with God and free yourself from obvious depression… Ashewo,” he wrote.

But Dikeh fired back at the politician. She also challenged Kpokpogri to show proof that she slept with married men.

“Oga Kpo kpo from morning till night, Abeg between me and you who is the prostitute? Name the names of the husbands I have snatched or boyfriends, name a place any blog joined me together with anyone’s husband,” she wrote.


“Oo I call you a community public dick because that’s who you (are)!! Plus your mother is the A…… From a mother to a mother. With Love, you obviously can’t take half the shit you have done to me. So, don’t cry when I feel the need to start. A street dog is a street dog. Two can play this game bingo.”

Copyright 2022 TheCable. All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from TheCable.

Follow us on twitter @Thecablestyle