Nigerian Journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, has reacted to the drama between Tonto Dikeh and her ex-lover, Prince Kpokpogiri’s, saying it should serve as a lesson to young women.
She said filming nudity and lovemaking have left several relationships shattered.
The blogger urged ladies to be careful following Tonto Dikeh’s allegation of Kpokpogri having some sex tapes of a married dancer, Janemena and some other women.
She said ladies should desist from filming intimate moments with their partners as this is what gives rise to blackmail when both parties fall out.
She also drew the attention of ladies to the fact that the internet never forgets and their children may stumble upon them over time.
See screenshot of Olunloyo’s post below:
Recall that the journalist has earlier advised married women not to join social media not to end their fake union.
According to her, social media is not for married women as it might destroy their marriage just as she ruined the marriages of two people after their husbands entered her DM.
Explaining further, Kemi Olunloyo said those men who entered her DM their relationship ended on Wikipedia with their wives begging her to take down the identity of their husbands.
Hence advising married women not to be on social media because it might end their fake union claiming marriage is a scam.