- Nigerian media personality Toke Makinwa, has advised women on social media to pray for their pockets
- The entrepreneur stated that as they pray for a man with money or security, they should get their lives in order too
- Toke also mentioned that having a pocket full of money shields one from some kinds of insult
Nigerian TV host and entrepreneur, Toke Makinwa, recently advised women, especially young ladies on social media about praying for themselves as they pray for the kind of men they want.
In a post which she shared via Twitter, Toke stated that as much as they wanted men who were financially stable, they should get their lives in order as well.
The entrepreneur also mentioned that no man wanted a liability and there were some insults they would like to avoid by having money in their pockets.
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Her message on Twitter read:
"Ladies..most especially young ladies pls as you are praying for a man that has his sh*it together, whatever that means to you. (Money,security,etc), pls pray for your pocket too, get your own sh*it in order too. No one wants a liability, it get some kind insult you want to avoid."
Followers of the OAP took to the comment section to express their views.
"I have vowed never to be dependent on any man or woman for that matter. E get why."
"My T. This is why I fu*ck sh*it off to love you even more. We need to create this awareness to our dear ladies." Don't be a burden to yourself and the society.
"You always make sense. God bless you."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Toke talked about how she felt when she made her first N10 million. According to her, she closed a media-related deal in 2015 and the N10m cheque that she received was an upfront payment.
The OAP has been dragged on many occasions on how she makes the money that funds her lifestyle. While she has a beauty and fashion business, many Nigerians still question her source of income.
Toke noted that her lifestyle changed after that N10 million deal.
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