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Monday, June 28, 2021

Media Personality Toke Makinwa Slams Those Who Age Shame Nigerian Women...

 Media personality and actress Toke Makinwa made a post on Sunday about Nigerians who age shame Nigerian women and celebrate the ones abroad...





26 comments:

  1. Taoke,
    You will never be any of those women you mention. You are full of jealousy unnecessarily for them
    They are no good role models for any Nigerian Youth either.
    Be yourself and stop hiding your ages and exposing your privates.
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    1. Anon 11:02, you are indeed one of the biggest problem we have in Nigeria. Did she tell u not to train ur kids so that she can be their role model?
      Swear u have never erred in life for u to condemn her?
      Nonsense human waste.

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    2. Anon 11:02 your mentality stinks ewwwwww.

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    3. @sparkle
      The anon did not talk about "erring in life or not." Your idol was only called out
      for hiding her age and exposing her privates. At least I see it on this blog.
      Besides, those women she calls out are no role models.

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    4. Does she have to be any of the women? Is age not for everyone?
      You just want to bad mouth toke

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  2. Toke thinks that these foreign ladies are stealing the worship she should be receiving from Nigerian youths and
    men especially.
    Well no one should be worshipped but God almighty, the creator, Jesus.
    Cut out this pretense.

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  3. You Naiaja ladies should stop hiding your ages. You see how easily you quoted jlo's age as 50 years and it is verifiable. Not when all of you in Nigeria celebrate 25 years every year as if 25 is the age that when you reach, it keeps you frozen and fresh.

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  4. Why does she look different to me?

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    1. @Gbemi
      Anything faked undergoes mutations, variegations and molting to keep up with
      the faking. Even the pictures are faked. Believe anything you see from these ladies
      to your own hurt.πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  5. She looks like a transgender,Kai

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  6. Nobody can age-shame you if you are not ashamed of your real age. Women above 40 still get married. Married women of 50, 60 still get "toasted" or admired. The problem is when you look much older than your age despite all the surgeries, botox, make up, expensive hair, comfortable lifestyle etc. Only those who die young do not grow old. My own 40th birthday go loud gan because every day has been a gift and I look forward to each milestone with gratitude, joy and pride. Hanty, hug your age in peace make Nigerians rest. Nigerians are not your problem; your fear of ageing is. Tell yourself the truth for once.

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    1. Exactly, they use your fears against you

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    2. Only those who die young do not grow old. 

      Word. πŸ‘Œ

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    3. Your comment is full of so many nuggets. Spot on.

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    4. Aaah, you get sense no be small Amebonawork!
      Insightful always!

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  7. Her ears though ... na wa o

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    1. Na amebo cause am

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    2. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

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  8. It is in the Nigeria 1999 constitutions (as amended)

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  9. This one wont leave Kim and live her life and her geography

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  10. See ear like tea cup handle

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  11. Tea cup handle?? Lmao @samurai fear god biko

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  12. Toke you look so different and so botched. I wonder how you will look without make up. Na wa

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  13. Toke go and yansh down abeg, always want to clout chase

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  14. Yes..oh! That's why they either die very young! Or become witches & wizards 100% if they make it past 40 yrs old, unhelpful, unproductive, bad damaged, and draining the society.
    That's exactly what happens in a system where no one is set up & supported to adjust into old age.
    The few ones who survive will now shut the door of any goodness coming out of them!!!

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  15. Amebonawork I agree with you. I'm almost 50, I take life one at a time, live very simply, love myself dearly and spend on my self lavishly. 27 years in marriage and look very good for my age. Women, ladies and girls love yourself and pamper yourself.

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