After enduring three highly-publicized breakups, Tonto Dikeh has said she is not ready for a relationship.
In a post on her Instagram story on Tuesday, the film star, however, disclosed that she is open to “cruising” — which may mean having sexual partners.
Dikeh’s comment comes on the back of concerns by her follower who thinks she is scaring men away with her recent antics and posts on social media.
The actress said the lessons learnt from her previous relationships have ” hardened and damaged” her heart.
“Someone said am scaring men away, sister do you think after all I have been through, I want a man?” she wrote.
“If this happens, it will be the cherry on the icing but my heart’s too damaged and hardened to ever feel the need to want a relationship. But cruising is allowed.”
Dikeh was in the public eye in September 2021 over her messy breakup with Prince Kpokpogri, the politician and anti-corruption activist.
The pair accused each other of cheating, with a series of leaked audios surfacing online to back their claims — barely three months after the actress made their affair public.