Tonto Dike speaks on her fall at Iyanya’s London concert

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Controversial actress turned singer Tonto Dike strutted onto the stage to perform at Iyanya’s Kukere Concert on the 9th of June 2013 in London only to hit the floor moments later.

It’s her most famous fall and it got social media buzzing at once.

Tonto Dike has found it imperative to clear the air concerning this fall following rumours  she may have been ‘drunk’ or ‘ high’ or both before hitting the stage.

She tells Nollywood Movies Sky329 that her dress was the chief culprit followed by her shoes and then the ‘slippery’ floor.

“It was a big…well not a big fall and I managed it well. I fell because I had this very long dress, and  this very high shoe and a slippery ground, and because I wasn’t supposed to dance at my  first coming out (sic). I had another outfit I could put on to really perform if I wanted to; it was my choice but I just came on and they played the song and I just had to dance and I slipped.

I made it fun really, I got up and danced, I didn’t want to disappoint anybody especially myself. When I went back stage, I was dancing my head off.  I couldn’t go back on stage because Iyanya was on stage and it was about closing. It was all his time. Nobody went back on stage after him. I wish I went back to dance again and not fall that time.

Watch the video of her fall here 

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