Entertainment Roundup: Tonto Dikeh threatens to sue bloggers who publish an “edited video” portraying her as violent | More stories

Catch up on almost everything you missed in entertainment yesterday and others that unraveled while you slept – and are still buzzing this Tuesday morning.

Tonto Dikeh set for a fistfight with bloggers and media houses over a coming video

Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh has sent out a warning to media platforms concerning an “edited video clip” her ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill is set to release.

In a statement threatening legal action against journalists and bloggers, her lawyers warn thus:

“It has come to our knowledge that her ex-husband, Mr. Olakunle Churchill has perfected plans to release a short and edited video depicting and portraying our client as being involved in some domestic violence against him.

Our client wants all bloggers and/or journalists to request for the full version of the video showing the said domestic scene which started with a physical abuse of our client by her ex-husband, which earned her a swollen face.”

The statement further declared that Churchill’s intention is to malign Dikeh’s character.


Davido is shutting down Africa one country at a time

With his 30 Billion Africa Tour, the singer who recently cleared his name off a scandal that would have stained his career proves that there’s no stopping him.

OBO had earlier announced dates for the African leg of his 30 Billion World Tour but had to cancel on some after losing three of his friends in one week. His scheduled performance at Felabration was equally affected.

Davido is now back on the road after grieving and he seems super charged to make up for fans’ wait.

He performed to a crowd of over 50,000 in Freetown, Sierra Leone two days ago and took Conakry, Guinea yesterday. The ‘If’ singer will round off the tour with a show in Lagos.


What Matt Damon and George Clooney know about Harvey Weinstein’s sins

The two actors appeared on Good Morning America on Monday where they told their sides of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal.

Matt Damon claimed to know of Weinstein as a bully, womaniser and an intimidating man but was completely unaware that he was an assaulter and predator.

For Clooney, “the idea that Weinstein was out there silencing women is beyond infuriating”. He added that he never once believed Weinstein was having an affair with any of the actresses he usually bragged about.


Nollywood actress, Funke Abisogun passes on 

Although the cause of her death is yet to be known, actress Funke Abisogun has died days after delivering her child.

Nollywood filmmaker, Tunde Ola Yusuf shared the news of her passing via Instagram on Monday.


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