She talked about the backlash that followed, after her breakup with her husband, Churchill, talked about the domestic violence dispute with her husband, talked about her foundation, and her projects.
She said she has decided to keep quiet, realising that are responses doesn’t change people’s opinion of her.
She added that she doesn’t regret all of the interviews she gave, adding that since it made other victims of domestic violence speak out, she is fine, although she felt the pain of the backlash but has decided to move on. She said she’s still in the process of charging her ex husband to court, saying she won’t disclose the charges.
In the inetrview, Tonto revealed that she’s working on an exciting project, but is not ready to let it out, saying she’s sure it’s what “everyone is waiting for.”
She went on to state that through her Tonto Dikeh Foundation, she’ll be building a school for the less privileged and victims of all forms of violence.
She said she’ll not answer any question about her personal life when Ebuka asked about her relationship with Hushpuppi.