Toke Makinwa reveals she will never give up on love, explains why

Toke Makinwa reveals she will never give up on love, explains why

- Toke Makinwa recently took to social media to state that she hasn't given up on love yet

- In a recent Insta Story post, she revealed that she can not wait to fall hopelessly in love again

- The media personality in 2016, went through a messy divorce with life coach, Maje Ayida

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Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa, is certainly one lady too vibrant and vivacious to ever give up on life and it shows. She recently took to social media to speak about the possibility of giving love another try.

In her Insta Story post, the controversial personality and fashionista revealed that she is still a hopeless romantic despite all life has thrown at her and stated she couldn't wait to fall in love again.

In her words: "No matter what life has thrown at me, I'm still a 'hopeless romantic.' I cannot wait to fall hopelessly and madly in love. I love love. Hopefully, it loves me back. Someday."

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Toke Makinwa reveals she will never give up on love, explains why
Makinwa expressed interest in falling in love again/@tokemakinwa
Source: Instagram

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Makinwa had gotten married to popular life coach, Maje Ayide in 2014. However, the marriage crashed 3 years later as the media personality filed for divorce in 2016.

She had on March 9, 2016, asked the court to dissolve the marriage on the grounds that the husband committed adultery.

Justice Morenike Obadina, while delivering judgment, held that Ayida filed an answer to the petition but did not give oral evidence in support of it.

Only a while ago, she took to Twitter to speak on a controversial topic, paying of first fruit.

According to the TV girl, she always pays her first fruit from any business venture she goes into. Toke said she pays her first fruit, not because God needs it but because it is a partnership with Him.

She wrote: “The power of “first fruit”, while I think paying tithes/giving your first fruit is a personal journey/conviction, I can’t help but boast in God. Every business venture I have ever gone into, I pay my first fruit not because he needs it, but it’s my way of partnering with God.

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