Personal/luxury shopper, Pearl Chuks, must have thought she had hit jackpot when she landed a deal to shop for Nollywood actress, Tonto Dike. But she is currently licking her wounds after a bitter brush with the actress who refused to pay for the products, and on top of it set them on fire, filmed the process and sent it to the shopper.
Tonto Dike and Pearl have been engaged in war of words, with Pearl accusing Tonto of refusing to pay for goods she supplied her. And for a shocking reply, Tonto burnt the goods – two bags – in contention, videoed it and sent it to pearl. She could be heard in the video, laughing hysterically and saying, ‘That is what you get for saying bitch better have my money.’
And below is Pearl’s latest comment on the matter while sharing the video of her burnt items sent to her on Instagram:
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