Tonto Dikeh’s ex-lover, Prince Kpokpogri has issued a public apology to the family members of popular Instagram dancer Janemena.
It would be recalled that Dikeh called out Kpokpogri a few days ago of having access to both old and recent sex tapes of the IG dancer and influencer.
However, Kpokpogri denied the allegation, stating that he only met the dancer once and their relationship afterwards has been through phone communication.
On Sunday, a video emerged and Kpokpogri was sighted with Janemena alongside other parties.
This development sparked internet rage as many accused him of lying.
Reacting, Kpokpogri, in a lengthy post on his Instagram page, apologised to Jane Mena’s husband for dragging him into his failed relationship on social media.
According to the activist, he and Jane Mena’s husband had been good friends for over three years and he hoped they would still be together after all the social media brouhaha.
“I woke up this morning feeling very uneasy and decided to say this from the depth of my heart. To the family, I respect, love and hold in high regard, I am deeply sorry,” he wrote.
“First and foremost I want to use this medium to apologise to Janemena’s husband, Mr Andre, It’s an unfortunate incident how your wife was dragged into this. You are a good man and I have always commended you for your support towards Jane and her craft multiple times.”
“I deeply apologise over and over again, Mr Andre. We have been family friends for over three years and I hope we still remain, friends, even after these issues have surpassed.”
“I want to profusely apologise to Jane’s parents who are also mine. I am sorry that I brought this upon the family unknowingly. Jane has always hated social media drama and doesn’t want to involve herself which a lot of persons can testify.”
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