It has always been clear to everyone that no man has ever been seen reading from a blank page of any book, same thing applicable to celebrities whose life story is written on a 200 page book with most of them blank. Like this, they stay out of the media, because little or nothing is happening in their life.

Living like that is not always good for business, especially to the media, who usually depend on the dirty side of the lives of celebrities for their headlines which subsequently fetch their daily bread.


Every celebrity has two roles in life, the one they play on stage, and the one they play off the stage, which is actually the role that interests the public.

For Tonto Dikeh, controversy ones in a while, is the spice she adds to her career, which has actually worked for her in her own way. Tonto would be considered as one of the top actresses in Nigeria today, replacing the likes of Genevieve Nnaji and Omotola who are now competing for Hollywood roles.

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Last year, Tonto Dike got a tattoo which made headlines on magazines, newspapers and entertainment websites.

The tattoo which has a face and heart drawn into what could be an artistic piece to some and scary to others, was widely criticized by the media, as well as some fans of Nollywood, but trust Tonto, she will always say ‘It’s not your business”. Some websites alleged the tattoo to be demonic, while others alleged that it was an advert for a company abroad, none of these was actually proven by any individual or document.


I initially thought her tattoo would start a tattoo revolution in Nollywood, but no one has dared the light skinned actress in the tattoo game.

Until this moment, Tonto Dikeh has the only back everyone must turn to look twice whenever she passes and what people say now about her back, according to the actress “It is not my business”