Tonto Dikeh
Olakunle Churchill

By Rashidat Akashat

After reports of Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh acting like a father to her son, King, on Father’s Day surfaced, her ex-husband, Oladunni Olakunle Churchill, has told her to stop lying.

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The entrepreneur and multi-millionaire ex-husband to Tonto Dikeh took to his Instagram page @BigChurchhaven, hours after the embattled actress shared photos of herself in a male regalia, celebrating Father’S Day with her son, to warn the actress.

According to him, if she doesn’t stop lying, she would make mistakes that will be regretted in the future.

He explains it in this context: “It’s cruel and it’s unfair,” he begins.

“You are lying to yourself because you seek comfort. Well comfort is overrated. You are lying to yourself because you are scared of the unknown. But you must stop. To continue lying will eat away at your soul, causing you untold amounts of future pain.

“A lie is something that you make yourself believe in order to make life a little easier. A lie is a paradigm under which you operate to avoid pain. A lie will destroy you, inside and out. A lie is something you want to believe because to consider the opposite would hurt your ego.

“Sometimes the difference between a lie and the truth can be subtle. Sometimes your brain will try to ‘logically’ trick you into believing a lie. I cannot give you a definitive guide on how to differentiate between the two; I am not you and I do not understand your specific circumstances, motivations, and desires. I can, however, give you some tips to guide you to make decisions that will serve you well.
DM me for guidelines,” he wrote.

It’s cruel and it’s unfair. You are lying to yourself because you seek comfort. Well comfort is overrated. You are lying to yourself because you are scared of the unknown. But you must stop. To continue lying will eat away at your soul, causing you untold amounts of future pain. A lie is something that you make yourself believe in order to make life a little easier. A lie is a paradigm under which you operate to avoid pain. A lie will destroy you, inside and out. A lie is something you want to believe because to consider the opposite would hurt your ego. Sometimes the difference between a lie and the truth can be subtle. Sometimes your brain will try to “logically” trick you into believing a lie. I cannot give you a definitive guide on how to differentiate between the two; I am not you and I do not understand your specific circumstances, motivations, and desires. I can, however, give you some tips to guide you to make decisions that will serve you well. DM me for guidelines

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