How I discovered that my ex is into Yahoo plus – Tonto Dikeh

Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh releases shocking details of her ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill being into Yahoo plus and more on their crashed marriage, this time, it gets even messier.

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In a tell-it-all video, Tonto shares the shocking intimate details of how she walked in on her husband dressed in red, surrounded by red candles and holding a laptop. She claims he is into internet frauds and rituals.

In a two part video released by the actress, she details of her crashed marriage to Churchill Olakunle, the good, the bad and the ugly.

“After I came back from giving birth to my son, I had been suspecting that he was into Yahoo…before I even came back to Nigeria I had already begun to suspect but the only thing that made me confirm was the night that he wasn’t supposed to be home and I slept early because of my son. And I heard some noise in his room because he’s in the penthouse and my room is under.

“So, I heard a noise upstairs, nobody was supposed to be in that room. I opened up this room, I saw a full-grown man wearing a red cloth in his waist with red candles everywhere around him with a laptop in his hands. Immediately I saw that I was shocked, I was simply shocked. I was not scared but I was shocked. I just started laughing and he got me and that was one of the first fights we had after I had King,” she said.

Watch video below.

Yahoo Plus is an advanced form of the popular Yahoo Yahoo which is a fraud scheme that was largely perpetrated with the internet on unsuspecting victims with the use of devilish rituals and charms. This is one of the latest trends in cybercrime.

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