- Toyin Abraham's hubby Kolawole recently shared a photo of the actress on social media
- The photo showed the actress leaning on her new car worth millions of naira
- The actor then congratulated the mother of his son for her new ride
Actress Toyin Abraham's husband Kolawole Ajeyemi has reacted to the brand new car that the mother of his child recently bought.
The car, a Mercedes Benz Brabus, was said to have worth millions of naira and the news went round on social media.
Two days after the news of his wife's car, the father of two took to his official Instagram page to congratulate her.
Describing his wife as his joy, the Yoruba film star wished her well on the new acquisition.
Kolawole also shared a photo of his wife posing with the car. In the photo, the lights of the automobile were on. The actress was spotted leaning on it as she was concentrated on her phone.
Check out the photos below:
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Toyin Abraham addressed Ruggedman's post about the earnings of actresses.
Ruggedman had asked why it was only actresses buying cars in the industry after Destiny Etiko shared the news about her new ride.
Reacting to the question, Toyin stated that there are many actresses that charge many millions of naira to be featured in a movie.
According to her, she just paid millions of naira for a car which is yet to be delivered to her.
"It is important that I put this out there that many women make money and make good money legitimately. I know actresses who charge 2 million, 3 million, and 5 million in this Nollywood. I get paid in millions of naira for gigs. I know a lot of men in Nollywood who are doing extraordinarily well and paid in millions."
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