Annie Idibia finally replies Tonto Dikeh

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Annie Idibia has finally replied Tonto Dikeh who few days ago, threatened to beat her and her husband up, alongside other Nollywood stars.

Recall that Tonto Dikeh had few days ago stated that she had no friends growing up and now, because she always told them what others said behind them and also got same in return. She wrote as she shared her post;

BLOGGERS YOUR FOOD IS READY ! IWILL DISHRACE YOUR FUTURE. Ik igbonna,Annie,2face(I am sure you understand why you are dragged into this dirt??)),eniola,praise,juju ,TOYIN and co be warned I truly dont want problem!!
But I will beat you up,if you can beat me get ready!!
#DROPS MIC
Signed KING TONTO

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However Annie Idibia who seems to have replied Tonto Dikeh via an Insta-story post,told her to stop complaining about fake friends because she is old now. She further told her that if she is at home, she will never hear rumors of people gossiping about her. She wrote;

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