Actress Tonto Dikeh has recently taken a bold step, dragging social media critic VeryDarkMan into the spotlight by involving the police.
This move comes in response to VeryDarkMan’s outspoken criticism of Tonto and fellow actress Iyabo Ojo regarding their roles in the unfolding narrative surrounding the late singer Mohbad.
VeryDarkMan, known for his sharp commentary on social issues, questioned the true intentions of Tonto and Iyabo Ojo in their pursuit of justice for Mohbad.
According to him, their involvement in the case might not be primarily driven by a sincere desire for justice but rather influenced by other factors.
The situation escalated when Tonto Dikeh decided to address the criticism head-on. In a social media post that quickly went viral, she shared an image of VeryDarkMan signing documents in the presence of police officers at a police station.
The caption accompanying the post was direct and pointed: “Let it begin. When a child thinks he’s grown enough to talk to elders.”
This move signifies a legal response to the criticism and adds a legal dimension to the ongoing discussions surrounding Mohbad’s tragic demise.
The controversy surrounding Mohbad’s death has been a hot topic, and the involvement of public figures such as Tonto Dikeh and Iyabo Ojo adds a layer of complexity.
The decision to take the matter to the police reflects a desire to address the criticism through legal means, making it a noteworthy development in the ongoing narrative.
As the story unfolds, it will be interesting to see how this legal action shapes public perception and discourse around the circumstances of Mohbad’s passing.