- Actress Toyin Abraham recently took to social media to share important information with her fans
- The mum of one revealed that she has been thinking of starting a family reality TV show
- Many have advised the actress not to make her family business a topic for public consumption
Award-winning Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham is really loved by her ever-supportive fan base which increases daily.
On that note, she recently decided to tell her fans the latest development that might come from her.
Taking to Twitter, the mum of one disclosed that she had been thinking of starting a reality TV show with her family.
The actress went on further to ask her fans for their preferred TV channel for the show to air.
"Hey fam! I've been thinking about starting a reality TV show with my family. So if you could choose, what channel would you prefer to watch it on?"
View the tweet below:
Toyin's tweet was met with mixed reactions as quite a number of people advised her to keep her family affairs private.
Read some comments gathered below:
"Hmm, your family's privacy may be trampled upon. Your family might become everyone's business which is risky but if necessary precautions and strategy are in place, there's nothing wrong with the idea ma'am. Africa Magic Family will be the best bet."
"Noooooo! Mummy irẹ, kindly think through before this step."
"It will be fine, but would best think of it very well because I don't want anything to happen to you and your family."
"Abeg I cannot wait. I don't want to stop seeing you on my screen. AMfamily would be perfect, so both middle-class and first-class citizens can enjoy. Thanks."
"You could do it later on, for now, please don’t. Nigeria is in a hot mess and I doubt people will pay the much needed attention to it which might result in wastage of resources. Also, your family is at stake here. Don’t give people what to talk about."
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Legit.ng previously reported that Toyin told Nigerians to stop joking about actor Desmond Elliot when there are other serious issues on ground.
A Twitter user called Chikogu Kenneth replied to the actress by asking if she wanted to be dragged for her tweet.
When people didn't stop tweeting at her and asking her to mind her business, she then tweeted again to apologise. According to her, she does not want any negativity on her timeline.