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Fans divided over Tonto Dikeh’s plastic surgery



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Mixed reactions have trailed the revelation by controversial Nollywood actress that she had plastic surgery to correct body imperfections after years of living in body shame.

Speaking in the first promo clip of her reality show, King Tonto, the actress said; “My body has been something that I’ve always been extremely ashamed of.

“I am going to be having a cosmetic surgery,” Tonto revealed.

Many have trolled the actress on social media following her revelation with some calling her a cheap attention seeker.

Others who watched the promo clip which showed procedures being performed on her bustline as well as her butt concluded that it is obvious the only thing that she has after separating with her estranged husband is her body.

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However, fellow colleague, Mercy Johnson had kind words for Tonto whom she praised for having the courage to go through such a painful procedure.

“Some women fear the fire while some women simply become the fire…Mama King,” wrote Mercy Johnson on Instagram on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, cross dresser Idris Okuneye popularly known as Bobrisky has vowed to lash out at any critic calling out Tonto Dikeh after her latest revelation with particular reference to Rosy Meurer- the lady who reportedly snatched Tonto’s husband.

Moments after Tonto, unveiled the clip, Rosy Meurer took to Instagram asking her why she’s “ashamed of her body”. “How can you preach love yourself and be ashamed of yourself. I’ve always warned… Instagram life is another life entirely o! Don’t copy or listen to what you don’t know. The struggle is real.”

The above comments by Rosaline Meurer has now forced Bobrisky to draw the battle line warning anyone who dares to taunt Tonto Dikeh that she is ready to fight on her behalf.


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