It seems the social media battle between Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh and blogger, Stella Dimoko Korkus, is not going to end very soon.
The duo has been at war over her arrest in Dubai after an argument with a security official.
The fact that controversial investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo is now reacting to the video posted by Tonto on her Instagram page means things could get out of hands.
“So, I heard that this bitter old facially disabled woman is still coming for me. She said that they have my passport in Dubai. “Really?,” she asked.
“That they have my own international passport, in Dubai. That the Police have my passport. I don’t still understand why people read that blog. Hello Stella, is this your wish for me? Girl, you don’t know who I am? My name will always remain King Tonto. I discredit you all the time. Every time i discredit you,” she was heard in the video.
Lecture from Dr. Kemi
It’s now lecture time from Dr. Kemi herself. According to the investive journalist, the word disable could be offensive.
While noting that the war between bloggers and celebrities in the world are the worst, she said it’s not the case in the United States. Read her post below.
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@tontolet the word “disabled” could be offensive to those who have a handicap in something. May we all be ABLE and not DISABLED. The war between Bloggers and Celebrities is the worst in Nigeria. This doesn’t happen in AMERICA and it’s because most Celebrities here don’t fully know what we media types do. This lady @officialstelladimokokorkus whom I’ve never met is a professional blogger AND Journalist just like me. Most people don’t even know she’s a Journalist. We are the only two Journalists who are also bloggers. When a bourbon is a blogger you refer to them as “Professional Blogger”. From Canada I watched Linda Ikeji always STEALING her work from her Encomium column and transfer stories straight to her blog WITHOUT credits. Animosity developed years ago. #kemitalkscelebrities #keminicationsDigital #Drkemi #KemiOlunloyo