Why Tonto Dikeh & her Lawyer’s Threat Against Bloggers & Journalists For Reporting her Alleged Spousal Abuse Against Churchill Makes No Sense

The Tonto Dikeh v. Olakunle Churchill dispute has become a public nuisance because the parties refuse to go to Family Law Court to resolve their dispute, but insist on fighting on social media. Now, there is a new twist to their nasty public dispute. Churchill has either released or intends to release a video of …

AML 090: Celebrity Divorce & Family Matters: Tonto Dikeh’s marriage crisis, Davido’s paternity mess (Podcast)

The Africa Music Law Show returns with its first official podcast episode for 2017, its 90th episode where it takes on the Tonto Dikeh marriage crisis and Davido paternity mess. Joining Ms. Uduak, the host of the show, is Family Law Attorney Unwam Oduok who offers tips and tools to listeners on how to prevent …

Tonto Dikeh on Being an Engineer, her Acting Hiatus, Music Career, D’Banj, Designer Dispute & More (Video)

Tonto Dikeh is a very talented actress but in this recent interview on The Truth with Olisa, she explains she has been on an acting hiatus for three years now. She also discusses her budding music career, the recent social media designer dispute and more. By the way, I’m not sure why Olisa insisted on …

Toni Payne Takes on Linda Ikeji: Is Linda Ikeji a Cyber Bully Just Because She Publishes Hateful Comments by her Users Hurled Against Toke Makinwa?

I find the recent article by Toni Payne directly addressing perceived sanctioning of cyber bullying by celebrity blogger Linda Ikeji to be rather interesting. I share an excerpt below. But before then, her write up raises the issue of legal liability specific to comments made by a blogger’s readers. The Law in Nigeria Nigeria has …

Iyanya FINALLY Stops “Winding Waist” and has Sense to Put an End to the Yvonne v. Tonto Dikeh Catfight Over Him

I am not sure where some of these silly rules we see played out in the public comes from, especially in the entertainment business. I speak of the illusion that if you are a so called “bad boy” it is good for business. Maybe, initially, but in the long run, it is more damaging for …