If your family is toxic, it's okay to step away, Laura Ikeji advises

If your family is toxic, it's okay to step away, Laura Ikeji advises

- Entrepreneur Laura Ikeji has taken to social media with some words of advice for her fans and followers

- Ikeji in her post urged people to learn to step away from toxic family members

- The businesswoman while dropping the piece of advice also prayed for her children to stick together when they grow older

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The Harry-Meghan interview with Oprah Winfrey has sparked a lot of conversations on social media about family and the latest Nigerian to drop her opinion is Laura Ikeji.

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The entrepreneur recently took to her page on Instagram with some words of advice for her fans on the platform.

Ikeji noted that indeed family is everything but people should not hold back from stepping away if they find out that they have toxic family members.

The businesswoman also noted that she prays against getting to a point where she wouldn’t have to speak to her siblings.

Still hammering on the matter in her comment section, Ikeji wrote:

"Before now I’d always say stick to your family, the family is everything bla bla, but now I know better, if your family is toxic, it’s ok to step away."

According to her, some people are blessed with good family members. Ikeji also said a prayer for her own kids to stick together no matter what.

See her post below:

Some followers were spotted in the comment section with different reactions to her post.

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If your family is toxic, it's okay to step away, Laura Ikeji advises
Laura Ikeji advises people to step away from toxic family. Photo: @lauraikeji
Source: Instagram

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Read comments below:

iamphlora said:

"On gaaaaaaaaaaad.. but i really thank God for how close my siblings and I I."

olah_beauty said:

"Same here... May God continue to honey the relationship btw my siblings and I because I’ve seen some bad ones."

nesel_kiddies said:

"Word so deep.. May God help us."

nikkypee1 said:

"Am lucky too, my family is everything."

Some days ago, Legit.ng reported that Ikeji shared her thoughts on the trend of men collecting gifts from their girlfriends after a breakup.

Ikeji said the couple should get a lawyer and sign so that the gifts can rightfully remain for the girlfriend after the breakup.

According to her, the measure is necessary to avoid embarrassing situations after they part ways.


Adeyinka Odutuyo is an entertainment/lifestyle journalist at Legit.ng with over three years of working experience in the media industry.

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He has a degree in Linguistics and Communication Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo. When he is not writing about celebrities, you will find him blogging about local Nigerian recipes on Instagram (@playfoodbyyinka)

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