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Monday, 30 May 2016

Toyin Aimakhu's Ex, Seun Egbegbe DENIES Signing An Undertaking Never To Disturb Her

You think you have heard the last of Toyin Aimakhu/Seun Egbegbe's relationship saga? Think again. The ex-couple have got enough drama to last a long time....

Earlier this month, there were reports that Toyin Aimakhu's ex-lover, Seun Egbegbe signed an undertaking never to disturb her again. This came after he apologized to her on instagram and withdrew all the public threats he made to her person. (He had earlier warned all producers and film makers to desist from working with her or face his wrath)

According to the report, Toyin dragged Seun before Lagos state Commissioner of police Fatai Owoseni, who forced him to sign an undertaking. He so reportedly prostrated before her, (read here of you missed it.)

Speaking with Encomium Weekly on Saturday, May 21, the Ogun born showbiz promoter expressed dissatisfaction about the publication. He added that it’s not only unfounded but baseless.
“To start with, I don’t know anything about that. And to say that I signed any undertaking before the Commissioner of Police because of what happened between Toyin Aimakhu and myself is a lie. Also anybody saying that I prostrated for her before the CP or any where should come forward with a proof. How can I be prostrating for her? It’s an unfounded rumour. 
“I, Seun Egbegbe, didn’t appear before the CP to sign any undertaking and I didn’t prostrate for Toyin or beg her for any reason. It’s just a rumour. Maybe those writing or posting that are only looking for unnecessary attention or maybe it’s being sponsored. If that’s true, I believe there should be a photograph as evidence just like it happened in the case of Wizkid and Linda Ikeji. So, it’s just a waste of time believing that kind of rubbish. All I know is that Toyin and I have settled and there’s no issue between us again.”
Meanwhile, Toyin via her management, Tinimash Entertainment, also spoke with Encomium on Saturday, May 21, claiming that Egbegbe had indeed signed an undertaking, assuring the CP that nothing would happen to her.
“Yes, Seun Egbegbe has signed an undertaking before the Lagos State Commissioner of Police that nothing would happen to Toyin Aimakhu or her career as earlier threatened. He signed the undertaking on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. He also begged Toyin in front of CP. 
“Toyin has since been busy moving from one location to another without any fear. She has now been able to move freely and do most of the jobs she couldn’t do before. That’s why she’s very busy at the moment and she’s very happy about the development.”

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