Blogger Stella Dimoko Korkus has strongly criticized Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson over her accusations against Tonto Dikeh, urging her to stop spreading lies.
Yvonne Nelson recently made headlines with the release of her memoir, in which she claimed that Tonto Dikeh had been involved with her former boyfriend, Iyanya, among others.
In defense of Tonto, Stella Dimoko Korkus condemned Yvonne for fabricating falsehoods about the controversial actress and dismissed her book as a collection of lies.
Stella asserted that there was never a romantic relationship between Tonto and Iyanya, rebuking Yvonne for targeting Nigerian celebrities in an attempt to revive her own career.
Expressing her hope that Tonto would not dignify Yvonne’s accusations with a response, Stella alleged that Yvonne herself had engaged in an affair with her ex-friend’s husband, resulting in a pregnancy.
Stella further revealed that she had conducted her own investigation years ago after a Twitter feud between Yvonne and Tonto, and found no evidence of a relationship between the two.
In an open letter to Yvonne, Stella addressed the issue, stating:
Your book is a lie from the pit of hell.
There was never a time that TONTO dated Iyanya like you claimed in the figment of imagination you call a book.
It’s been a long time, and it’s a pity you targeted Naija celebs in your book, but hey, we all know doing what you have done is the fastest way to relaunch a sleeping career.
TONTO is a drama queen, so you are banking on her response to sell your book? I hope she completely ignores you, and I pity those who are buying that compilation of fabricated lies.
Since you decided to go down memory lane, I hope you include in the book that you slept with your ex-friend’s husband and got pregnant for him. I hope you explain in the book why you betrayed your friend, even though your relationship had ended.
You are talking about cheating, but you conveniently forget that you also cheated on the guy. Once again, I say it with all certainty that TONTO and Iyanya were simply friends and did not date. But if you insist, show us a photo of the two of them in bed together, engaging in the alleged activities, because you must have evidence before printing nonsense to sell…
I conducted my investigation years ago after the Twitter brouhaha, and I am setting the record straight. Please don’t export your lies from Ghana to Nigeria!
Iyanya, please don’t bother responding. She is seeking attention to sell her book. God, please help!”