Kpokpogri denies being arrested, says voice note about sex with Jane Mena is fake

Tonto Dikeh’s controversial ex-lover, Prince Kpokpogri has denied reports that he was arrested and detained by the Police for allegedly threatening the actress with a gun.

According to Prince Kpokpogri whose real name has been revealed to be Joseph Egbri, the video of him being arrested at Hilton Hotel in Abuja following Tonto Dikeh’s accusation that he put a gun to her head is fake.

Kpokpogri who maintained he was never arrested and has been in his house also claimed that the voice note where he allegedly confirmed he has been intimate with married dancer, Jane Mena, multiple times is also fake.

Tonto Dikeh also took to her Instagram account to state that Kpokpogri was lying and was just released from Police custody today.

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