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Friday, February 11, 2022

Actress Tonto Dikeh Explains Why She Wants To Grieve The Loss Of Her Step Mum Alone Without Support From Friends

 Actress Tonto Dikeh is in pains over the loss of her step mum but guess what? She wants to grieve alone!









39 comments:

  1. I met someone that doesn't attend burial.No matter how you are close to her. She lost both parent and burial awaken some memeories in her

    I hate burial too. I'm too emotional, so, anything burial count me out

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    1. I think this is where I and Tonto share common feelings.

      I seriously don't know how to attend burials or send condolences. But I grieve on the death of people and pray for them. Any time I see or visit a bereaved friend or family or call them on phones, I lack words to bare my emotions.

      And funny enough I'm pretty okay if you don't call me to sympathize with me. It's okay if you decide to pray for me on your own but keep the condolences to yourself.

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  2. Ok the fans have sufad
    Amaz b

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  3. No money to do elaborate burial and you no wan fall hand in front of ur friends..talk true and humble urself

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    1. Who cares about falling hand when grieving?

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    2. Na wa. She stated her reason, but as her account officer, you know she doesn't have money to do an elaborate burial. The same you would have criticized her if she decided to do an elaborate burial.

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    3. Ah, momey to do burial is small now. The big issue is "paying" back all those that supported you. I regretted making my dad burial big... the people that came and supported me eh...now I am having to travel far and wide to "pay" back in these times of insecurity and all. I feel like I owe them and i must pay. I think people should just be buried quietly with family only. I have learnt a lesson and with my mum it will be different...

      So i kinda of see reasons with her.

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    4. Are burials suppose to be elaborate. Is it your burial? Is it your money? people go just open mouth like ashawo t*t*

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    5. Anonymous 8:52, you NAILED it hardest. All these noisemakers back home in Nigeria, she is hiding away from a huge burial which is what she would have wanted all to impress imaginary people but NO money.. FAKE LIFE.. she is now a Preacher.. but believe me if someone donates big now, tgis preaching will change and the Noise will start for a huge burial but right now, No firm Helpers yet..hahahahahaj

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  4. Good she let them know on time. May God comfort you all Amen ๐Ÿ™

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  5. Love me some Tonto. Do u my girl, whoever can think & interpret it which ever way. It’s entirely ur life.๐Ÿ’™❤️

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  6. I can relate these few days, it's a hard pill to swallow, I don't even wanna hear the word sorry, it takes me back to rock bottom, left for me, no body would cook or party if the person ain't up to 75 atleast.

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    1. This comment of yours just reminded me of when I lost my dad. I hated it when people told me sorry. I honestly wished they could just leave me alone! Once they call to say sorry , my tears will start all over again.

      Even though he was past 75 , I still wished there was no party. Just do the burial , give people take away and let everyone go home. But of course the naija factor set in. We did a big party by force.

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  7. I hate burial took
    Am too emotional,even if I don't know the deceased

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  8. People grieve in different ways. Be strong, Tonto.

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  9. well said. sometimes you just want to be left alone to grieve.
    NY condolence dike

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  10. I hope her friends will understand what she explained, be strong ma

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  11. Different stroke for different folks.
    #ThatOgojaDude

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  12. I don’t think anybody enjoys attending burial. No body likes it Tonto but you have to anyways. Abi no be people go bury you? Make we dey talk like adults na

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  13. If you are not aware that I'm an orphan and ask after my parents I will reply that they are very ok.

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    1. Me too Bola. And we are namesake ๐Ÿ˜“

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  14. I love me some tonto ❤️❤️❤️ Poko!!!!

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  15. We were only 14yrs old when the school took us on excursion to what... a burial. My first burial. Of a man we don't even know but he was a chief or big man in the city. We even went into the room where he was lying in state. First time seeing a corpse and you know how it looks in the coffin. The trauma eh...

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    1. Without parental consent???
      The things some schools do eh.
      There are so many adults who can’t bear the sight of a dead person, talk less of kids.
      Sorry about that

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    2. Abi that your school dey mad ni? ah ah, how can you take other people's children to go and watch dead body?? Infact, just sue that school now for some emotional damage they cost you as a pupil...arrant nonsense!

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