Actress Tonto Dike Apologize to Funke Akindele for not attending her movie premiere
Tonto Dikeh, a Nollywood actress, has expressed regret to Funke Akindele, a senior colleague.
Tonto Dikeh received an invitation to the film premiere of Funke Akindele but chose not to go.
Tonto expressed her regret to her via her Instagram page just a short while ago. She claimed that she had sent a team to the film premiere, and they were unable to stop raving to her about it.
Sorry for not making it to the premiere of BATTLE ON BUKA STREET. My team couldn’t stop telling me how amazing the movie is and I can’t wait for our cinemas date to go see the film!!!
Guys BATTLE ON BUKA STREET will start showing in cinemas nationwide from the 16 of December make sure to see this movie!!
Wedlone again sis @funkejenifaakindele”.
Funke Akindele thanks her coworkers in a blog post
Tonto’s absence was undoubtedly noticed by Funke Akindele because Tonto’s movie launch attracted a sizable audience.
The premiere of the actress and politician’s film, Battle on Buka Street, which took place on Sunday night in the center of Lagos, received an outpouring of support from her peers, and she was overjoyed by it.
Funke Akindele posted a thank you on Instagram for her coworkers’ attendance at the occasion.
“I want to use this opportunity to thank God Almighty for the success of the battle on buka street premiere.
Thank you to all my colleagues for turning up in massive numbers yesterday to support us. I’m so grateful!!!
Thank you to all my fans for your unwavering love and support. You all are the best!!! You rock!!! I truly appreciate the cast and crew for embarking on this amazing journey with me
premiere of the film Battle on Buka Streets
According to Nollygistvibes, Nollywood actress Funke Akindele debuted her much awaited film, Battle on Buka Streets, over the weekend.
On Sunday, December 11th, a number of celebrities attended the film’s debut. Among those present were Wumi Toriola, Regina Chukwu, Mercy Johnson, Sola Sobowale, Nkem Owoh, Iyabo Ojo, and Femi Adebayo.
Representing your culture in Christmas colors was the evening’s theme.
Celebrities from Nigeria certainly brought their A-game to the red carpet while wearing various cultural attire.
Mercy Johnson Okojie, Tomike Adeoye, Lilian Afegbai, Ruth Kadiri, and the current Queen of Pop, Funke Akindele, all adhered to the concept of the premiere.