- Nigerian on-air-personality, Toolz Oniru, recently took to social media to share an interesting DM she received
- A woman had asked her about supplements she could take to make her unborn baby fair complexioned
- Toolz eventually lectured her on how black is beautiful
Popular Nigerian media personality, Tolu ‘Toolz’ Oniru, is no doubt looked up to by a lot of women and she also tries to educate them with her platform.
The mother of two recently shocked fans about the lengths some people were willing to go to make sure they had light skinned babies.
Toolz shared a DM she received from a woman who wanted her to recommend supplements she could take to make sure her baby ended up light skinned.
In the screenshot of the conversation shared by the OAP, the lady explained that she and her husband were dark skinned and she did not want their child to have their complexion.
Toolz asked if there was anything wrong in her baby being dark and the lady replied in the negative, saying that she just didn’t want a baby that was too dark.
The media personality then went ahead to lecture the lady on how anything that was not prescribed by a licensed doctor could harm the baby and how being dark doesn’t make a baby less beautiful.
The lady eventually agreed not to take any supplements and thanked Toolz for her candid advice.
See screenshots of their conversation below:
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