- Nigerian socialite, Toke Makinwa tweeted about being hungry for love
- Veteran Nollywood actress, Uche Ebere, shared her opinion about the tweet as she criticised Toke for wanting love after ‘deceiving young girls’
- According to the actress, women get to a certain age and realise a man is important
Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa’s post on love recently caught the attention of Nollywood actress, Uche Ebere.
Toke had tweeted about being hungry for love and the veteran movie star had a lot to say about it.
See Toke's tweet below:
In a lengthy note on her Instagram page, Uche Ebere claimed Toke had made statements on not needing a man, a husband not being an achievement and other similar posts in the past. She went ahead to say the TV girl deceived young girls.
Explaining further in the now-deleted post, the movie star explained why having a man in one’s life is a plus. According to her, when women reach a certain age, they realise a man is important.
Uche added that money is not enough and that a woman who had it without a man by her side was worth nothing.
The actress said that the earlier young girls realised this, the better for them.
See screenshots of her post below:
Read some of the reactions to Uche Ebere's post below:
"I don’t Toke has ever said she doesn’t need a man? Or am I missing something? She only said don’t focus on a man as a young lady and forget all your dreams/aspirations. Una too like problem for this country."
"Everyone is important to each other... God wey talk am and created woman and man no de mad... Na over wokeness de worry this generation SMH"
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“A woman that has money without a man by her side as a husband worth nothing I DISAGREE WITH YOU MA"
"Omo Nigerian parents has made “men “ too relevant . Please you don’t need a man to be a complete woman . A man is just extra . We are self sufficient and whatever a man has to offer is just a bonus . This I’ll mentality has made most married women feel superior to single ladies. It’s a cliche mindset . It’s ok to feel emotional . But if a man isn’t supportive or encouraging. We are Better off without him."
In other related news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Toke Makinwa said that marriage is nothing but luck.
According to her, a person who experiences true love and commitment from their partner is just lucky.
The OAP noted that there are no recipes for a successful marriage neither are there rules to what makes it work.
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