"I get up on a regular basis apologising to my baby for having you as a sperm donor" Tonto Dikeh calls out "deadbeat" ex Churchill

Tonto Dikeh has slammed her ex-husband Olakunle Churchill for posting their son on his birthday to present the impression he's making an attempt to be within the kid's life. Churchill and Tonto's son King Andre turned 7 yesterday, Feb. 17, and Churchill posted a photograph to want Andre a contented birthday. Within the caption, he stated he misses his son and hopes to see him quickly. This led to feedback from social media customers sympathising with Churchill and begging Tonto to let him see his son. Tonto then hit again and claimed Churchill has made no efforts to see their son or contribute to his upbringing but he comes on social media to present a distinct impression. She accused him of utilizing their son to chase clout. She then requested why he would not additionally submit his daughter from his first marriage. She added that Churchill is only a sperm donor and he or she regrets selecting him as one for her son. She additionally revealed that regardless of being divorced for years, when her mom died, Churchill discovered a technique to get her quantity to ship her a message, however he has not tried to discover a technique to be concerned of their son's upbringing. She additionally reiterated that Churchill by no means contributed financially after they had been married and that he cheated on her along with his present spouse Rosy Meurer whereas they had been nonetheless married. She doubled down on her declare that he's into "Yahoo". She additionally known as him out for calling her son a distinct title in his birthday submit. She then accused him of stealing her son's title "King Churchill" to present to his son with Rosy. She added that when he has a daughter,  she wonders if he'll title her "King Tonto" too. See her posts beneath.  The submit "I wake up everyday apologising to my child for having you as a sperm donor" Tonto Dikeh calls out "deadbeat" ex Churchill appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.