The drama between Tonto Dike and her ex-husband Olakunle Oladunni Churchill has not ended, as Churchill has filed a court case stopping her from airing her reality show- King Tonto, which featured herself and her baby King Andrea, which showcases their life, walks and works since the fall of her marriage . It was produced by Linda Ikeji media limited. The court has rules in favour of Churchill, who claimed that the child was too young to concede to being part of the show, and that he was being used solely for monetary gain. View the court statement below.
Churchill claims that this is the first step to be taken by towards protecting his son’s rights as captured under the Child Rights Law of Lagos State. Mr Churchill is of the opinion that featuring King in such a production is solely to exploit his son for financial gain, expose the life and times of the little boy at a period when he cannot make a decision for himself.
Tonto Dikeh who had last year aired a reality show of how she underwent surgery to enhance her body shape, seems not to be moved by the actions of Churchill, as nothing seems to be stopping Tonto from going ahead with the campaign for the show.
The actress in an indirect response to all who have been asking what would happen now since her baby daddy is bent on stopping the show, posted the one minute campaign video on her page telling the fans to watch out.