"My mother-in-law has never ever seen me smoke" states actress
Tonto Dikeh states that she has never taken drugs as a mother.
It was said that Tonto Dikeh pushed her mother-in-law down after she was discovered to be smoking.
In her tell-all interview with Media Room Hub, she emphatically denied this rumour to be true.
"That is a lie from the devil. I am close to my mother-in-law. My mother-in-law has never ever seen me smoke. There are times when I am really, really sick. 'Mum if you are watching you know this is true. There are times you have even offered me panadol. There are so many times you have offered me drugs that would have made my body better but I didn't take because I knew I was breast feeding'" said the actress. She was very emotional during this period in the interview.
"Every time my mother-in-law came to me and I was sick 'I would tell her no mum I don't want to take Panadol', as little as Panadol, as little as Alabakun, as little as anything that would make me get my strength back. I would tell her U don't want to take it. I didn't know what it would do to my child" she further said.
Tonto Dikeh said she never laid hands on her husband's mother. "My mother-in-law has never ever, and I am saying this with God put in this, that she has never ever caught me smoking. I did not push my my mother-in-law down".
The actress revealed that because of the allegations of drugs made against her she takes a drug test every month. "Someone coming out to associate me with drugs as a mother. That hurt me so much because no one sees how good of a mother I am. Nobody knows the sacrifices I have made for my son. I have a file at home, I do a drug test almost every month and I write a letter to my son and I put it (breaks down in tears)
"I write a letter to my son every month on his birthday and I tell him how much he has changed my life, how much I am a batter person because he is in my life.
"I tell him how much I have stopped so many things for him. That really destroyed me. It really broke me into a million pieces. That's the worst thing I have heard."
Tonto Dikeh said if she could delete anything about herself on the Internet she would delete her own existence on the Internet because of her child. "I know that the Internet never dies. He is going to grow up. He is going to read them and it is going to hurt him."
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