Following news of musician Solidstar’s deteriorating mental condition, Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh contacted his family and crew. Earlier, the singer’s brother, Joseph, had posted a video of his sibling ranting to himself while wandering around the streets, hinting that he was struggling with his mental health.
Many of the singer’s fans and other celebrities were caught off guard when the tragic footage went viral. Tonto Dikeh posted a message on her Instagram asking the singer’s family and management to direct her in the appropriate route so she can assist him. She continued by expressing her deep regret at the situation and asking why he was permitted to wander the streets.
Tonto Dikeh described in her post how SolidStar and she go way back. She claimed that he played a significant role in her decision to launch her music career in 2015. She said he did nothing for her but selflessly encouraged her and supported her burgeoning music career.
In 2013, Tonto Dikeh tried her hand at music and was even signed to D’banj’s record company. She stopped performing, nevertheless, after discovering that many considered her more funny than entertaining.
Concluding her remark, Tontolet expressed how life is definitely frightening when you are no longer at the top by paraphrasing Asake’s well-known lyrics, “It’s really LONELY AT THE TOP.”