I saw this coming. I also questioned if Olakunle Churchill, Father of King Andre, a son born to Tonto Dikeh and Churchill, would attempt to stop Linda Ikeji, Linda Ikeji TV and Dikeh from the exploitation of his son’s image, likeness, and voice in the new reality television show titled ‘King Tonto.’
Churchill answered my question by taking action seeking an injunction to stop the exploitation of his son. After he took the action and filed for an injunction, I anticipated an outcome in his favor and called out Dikeh’s bluff of saying “no one can stop” her. The court has now rendered its ruling and the outcome is one I anticipated.
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