- Rumours have made the rounds on social media that popular media personality, Toke Makinwa’s house, has been repossessed by AMCON
- A number of Nigerians took to social media to react to the unconfirmed reports
- Toke Makinwa also finally broke her silence on the issue
- The media girl did not admit or deny anything about the rumours
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The Nigerian social media space, particularly Twitter, is no doubt a mine field for celebrities as they can come under fire just as often as they are celebrated.
Just recently, popular Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa, got people on Twitter buzzing over rumours that her house has been repossessed by Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON).
A number of Nigerians on Twitter took to the microblogging site to react to the reports. Many of them alleged that the house was gotten for her by a billionaire named Festus Fadeyi who is the chairman of an oil and gas company.
See some funny Twitter reactions below:
Toke Makinwa also finally broke her silence on the issue. The self-styled baby girl for life did not confirm or deny the rumours.
In a tweet, a fan said that the media personality should note her detractors before they start begging her for help in the DM. She said she would help them.
See the tweet below:
About two years ago, Legit.ng had reported that billionaire businessman, Festus Fadeyi's children had called out Toke Makinwa on social media, warning her to leave their father alone.
According to several reports, Fadeyi’s children issued an SOS asking the popular media personality to leave their father alone because not only was he in debt, his bankrolling of Toke’s expensive lifestyle was beginning to cost the family.
They also added that the Range Rover Toke was driving at the time was bought by their father at the cost of N50 million.
In more recent Toke Makinwa related news, Legit.ng reported that the media personality took to Twitter to say that marriages should have expiry dates that are subject to renewal just like contracts.
According to her, people should be able to look back at their relationships, gauge things and decide if they still want to be together.
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