I have been receiving death threats – Tonto Dikeh


Tonto Dikeh, the controversial Nollywood actress, has asserted that she has been receiving death warnings since 2020 over her affiliation with Sapphire scents, a perfume brand owned by Wale Jana.

In a lengthy Instagram post on Thursday, she said she is no longer the brand ambassador of Sapphire scents due to what she claimed to be the brand’s “dishonest scheme”.

“This is a disclaimer and a long over due apology to all the victims of WALE JANA AND HIS BRAND,” she wrote.

“I will like to state that I KING TONTO DIKEH, have no affiliation with Wale Jana or his perfume brand any longer.

“I have since 2020 been receiving death threats, complaints and calls about various investments.

“I am also a victim but I will bring my pride down and say I AM SORRY FOR ALL THAT’S GONE WRONG.

“One thing you all can’t deny is how I decently/gracefully handle your calls and pacify you to have patience.”

She continued, “I am however very aware that over 99.9 percent of their/his investors came from me being their brand ambassador and I am so sorry for this.”

“When we get into a contract with a brand, I normally do my background checks properly but I believe I failed here. I sincerely wish everyone well and hope you all recover your losses!.

“Again I’m indeed sorry, I will work tirelessly with the right authorities to ensure you all get justice (money back).

“Behind the scenes, I have cried with most of you, begged like I owned the company, even begged harder when you insult and curse me out.”