Tonto Dikeh’s son spoke ‘bad’ English leading her into tears

Tonto Dikeh and her son

Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh has sparked conversation on social media after disclosing the amount of money she pays in annually as school fees for her son, King Andre.

The screen star cum humanitarian is known for going all out for her little boy and when it comes to his happiness, there are no limits.

Well, she recently left social media users stunned after she revealed she pays over a whooping N1.5m as school fees for the 3-year-old.

She disclosed this when she complained about him speaking pidgin English.

In a now-deleted post on her Instagram page, she wrote: “Iyam not understanding again ooo. Me that I want my son to be speaking Ashuhsuhsushsushu (Phonetic). And hell no it’s not from school. After paying school fee over 1.5 a year.”

King Andre

Earlier in September, Tonto threw web users into laugher after she shared a hilarious story of how her son marked his Cultural Day in school.

As part of celebrations for Nigeria’s 59th Independence Day, many schools encouraged pupils to dress up in cultural outfits representing a tribe of their own or another in the country.

Tonto in a post on Instagram explained that Andre’s class was tasked to represent the Yoruba tribe by projecting their culture through their outfit and a meal.

The elated mother-of-one did not disappoint as she dressed her son in a fitting black agbada outfit with matching shoes and cap.

But in a hilarious twist, Tonto could not complete her son’s cultural stint because she could not come up with a Yoruba meal.

According to her, she kept thinking for three days about the Yoruba meal to make but found no inspiration.

To the amazement of internet users, the actress came up with a fantastic idea of ordering a beautifully decorated cake which she called the ‘Yoruba cake’.

Clement Uduak

AYODELE John and CLEMENT Uduak are students from the University of Benin, Nigeria. Studying Microbiology.

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