Popular media personality, Toke Makinwa took to her personal vlog recently to ‘advise‘ youths to enjoy their lives to the maximum- have one night-stands, kiss a stranger, get a tattoo and so on. Some tweeps were upset with the advise and took to twitter to vent because as always, Nigeria twitter must talk.
This is Toke Makinwa.
Your WCW's role model pic.twitter.com/MsuKd9KsTd
— Mazi Ibe (@I_pissVodka) October 10, 2016
Uncle @eLDeeTheDon did u see what Aunty Toke Makinwa said in her new VLog ?? Can u see ts not only Amber Rose that is our problem ?
— OLISA THE MC (@iAmTBecks) October 10, 2016
Did Toke Makinwa just say kiss strangers and have a one night stand at 20? Apparently one girl did that but d stranger is now ur ex-husband
— CenThiva (@Centhiva) October 10, 2016
1st question!! Why is Toke Makinwa important really!?! As in??! She is nothing to draw a standard by!!!!
— R@ttlësñ@kë (@rahtlesnake) October 10, 2016
😂😂😂😂😂😂 Toke Makinwa's sense is like Makeup, it erases before she sleeps at night https://t.co/8RCAsTnOCK
— Afolabi Is'ra-el (@AfolabiISR) October 10, 2016
The decisions of your 20s sets the foundation of what the rest of ur life might turn out to be.
And Toke won't be there to cry with you
— #CJ (@Bismarckobi) October 10, 2016
Nigerians have no chill pill:
Toke Makinwa is one of agents the devil assigned to Nigeria to lead Nigerian ladies to hell.
— E-zrael Ani (@EzraelAni) October 10, 2016
Toke Makinwa won't give her daughter or niece such advice…
— Omo Jesu (@tosinadeda) October 10, 2016
This Nigeria haf spoil o! Morally and everywaylee, Toke Makinwa open mouth and say sturv like that, calls it good advice? To destroy lives?
— Moyosore (@thenameismoyo) October 11, 2016
Toke makinwa's advice is everything your parents warned you against.
— Eshin Monaco 💠 (@5nBOI) October 10, 2016
I like Toke Makinwa, but her recent advice to youth is just a no no. She definitely needs Jesus.
— Sisi Ope (@wealthymoi) October 10, 2016
What do you guys think about Toke’s advice? Let us know in the comments below!
Written by Damilola Okejide