The online fight between Black Americans and Africans on The Shade Room over PSquare break up will either leave you in stitches or angry. TSR reported about PSquare’s break up and Black Americans who didnt know the music duo kept asking ‘Who?’, well this didnt go down well with Africans and the culture war started. Some people even said Black Americans should stop wearing Dashiki and braids since they dont want to be associated as Africans. Read some of the comments below: Lol. PSquare break up news causes culture war between Africans and Black Americans onlineLol. PSquare break up news causes culture war between Africans and Black Americans onlineLol. PSquare break up news causes culture war between Africans and Black Americans onlineLol. PSquare break up news causes culture war between Africans and Black Americans onlineLol. PSquare break up news causes culture war between Africans and Black Americans onlineLol. PSquare break up news causes culture war between Africans and Black Americans onlineLol. PSquare break up news causes culture war between Africans and Black Americans onlineLol. PSquare break up news causes culture war between Africans and Black Americans onlineLol. PSquare break up news causes culture war between Africans and Black Americans online

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Yesterday actress Tonto Dikeh accused journalist Azuka Ogujiuba of being bribed by her ex-husband to make biased accusations claiming that Tonto Dikeh’s allegations of physical abuse are false.

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In her social media call-out Tonto Dikeh stated that Azuka had being bribed with N3miillion and she dared Azuka to release any “evidence” that she might have which caused her to be certain of her claims. Today, Azuka has released the evidence.

In a 22 minute video posted on MediaRoom Hub’s YouTube page, Azuka shares “evidence that nullify allegations of abuse reported by Tonto Dikeh as provided by her ex-husband Dr. Olakunle Churchill”.

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The evidence includes medical reports, footage showing the house after Tonto Dikeh’s departure, as well as a conversation between Azuka and Ghanaian police.

Watch the video below.

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