Netizens have reacted to the yearly birthday drama that trails Tonto Dikeh and Olakunle Churchill’s son, King Andre.
It is not news that their son’s birthday has always been accompanied by paternity or social media drama.
A post shared online by Olakunle Churchill to celebrate his son’s birthday sparked Tonto Dikeh’s anger.
The actress cum politician shared a post online claiming her ex is a deadbeat father.
Tontrends reported that Olakunle Churchill penned an emotional message online detailing how he longed to see his son.
The proud father shared a photo of his seven-year-old son on Instagram with a prayerful and cheering caption.
“Happy Birthday, my son, my prince, my flesh and blood – OMODAYO KING OLADUNNI CHURCHILL.
You are one of life’s most precious gift to me and I love you dearly.
Just going down memory lane in thought of your birth gives me joy. You’re such a blessing to me, and I’m forever grateful to the Almighty God for your life.
Today, I pray immensely that you grow to be the person God Has predestined you to be and nothing in this world ever change your destiny.
My not so little man! I want you to know that I miss you greatly and long to see you soon.
You’re a shining star and your light can never be dimmed.
Happy Birthday to my dearest son.
Daddy loves you”
Olakunle Churchill’s Instagram post led to an online drama as Tonto Dikeh exposed their past.
Tonto Dikeh revealed her ex had never been responsible for their son right from birth and how he tried using him for clout.
In reaction, netizens took to social media to call out the estranged couple over the annual drama revolving around their son.
Many supported the actress, however, some claimed the ex-couple should stop the drama and focus on the future.
One Enymuree wrote, “Is it every birthday of the boys that there must be drama, they dnt even consider the boy’s image in future, Churchill has kid before her and no online drama when the kid celebrates birthday..no matter wat father is father either good or bad”
Annie_Mic wrote: Every year the boy is celebrating birthday there must be a fight
Another pickme said, “Samething every year..hmm it’s well”
“I feel so@sorry for this 7 year old !!! Both parents are childish .God the trauma he as to experience throughout is 7 years on earth is more then any adult . I pray he can find peace and therapy as he come to age” one CongoleseKellz claimed.