Controversial Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh, has revealed that she is not in a relationship with Mayor Blessing, an estranged friend of her former partner, Prince Kpokpogri.
Dikeh made the clarification on her Instagram page on Monday after she published a photo of them together on her social media platform 24 hours earlier.
She wrote: “After Church Vibes with my Gees @kingandre_dikeh @mayor.blessing.75054
“I’m so grateful for all the Untold blessings.
The photos sparked rumours of a relationship between the duo after it surfaced online.
However, Dikeh has revealed that Mayor Blessing is just a friend.
She also recalled how he defended her when the face-off with Prince Kpokpogri got intense.
Dikeh added: “Online brothers and sisters he is just a friend oo. Una no remember when Mr. Mayor come out come fight for me. Don’t worry I wouldn’t disappoint you people again.”
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