Prince Kpokpogri, new lover of Tonto Dikeh, the Nollywood actress, has debunked a leaked audio making the rounds wherein he allegedly confessed to cheating on the movie star.
On Wednesday, an audio conversation alleged to be between Kpokpogri and a yet-to-be-identified lady had surfaced online and went viral.
In the leaked audio, a man, alleged to be Kpokpogri, was heard discussing his sexual experience with another lady.
The man, also identified in the audio as Prince, had claimed that he had sex with his side-chick in the absence of Dikeh.
“She just comes and we f*ck because her p*ssy was so sweet. I’m supposed to repeat that match but I’ve been busy,” the man was quoted as saying.
He also went on to complain about his dissatisfaction with Dikeh’s lifestyle, alleging that she smokes and drinks indiscriminately.
“You know say me and Tonto don dey quarrel. The girl no wan stop that smoking, drinking. And you know say me I no dey smoke. I no dey drink and all those things dey quick dey irritate me,” he added.
The audio has since continued to elicit mixed reactions on social media, with many Nigerian users expressing their different views.
But reacting in an Instagram post on Thursday, Kpokpogri described the viral recording as “fake”, calling on the public to disregard it.
The politician and anti-corruption activist said he would organise an Instagram live session on Sunday to address the matter.
“Fake news, fake clone voice recording. Kindly disregard it. I will be on Instagram live on Sunday for clarity sake, distinguishing the fake voices from the real voice if need be,” he wrote.
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Kpokpogri, who is the chairman of the Anti-Corruption and Integrity Forum, and Dikeh had made their relationship public in June during the occasion of his birthday.
The development had come years after Dikeh’s marriage to Olakunle Churchill, her ex-husband, ended controversially.
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