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Toke Makinwa finally addresses her marriage breakup

03 June 2016, 12:02

Lagos- Popular radio personality, Toke Makinwa for the first time is speaking out about how her marriage breakup with Maje Ayida affected her.

Recall that last year Maje Ayida got his longtime girlfriend pregnant which led to their much publicized split.

In her latest Vlog the media personality tells her fans to bear with her as she wants to speak about her marriage from a rational and unemotional stance.

She goes on to say she is still going through the break up process and it’s been difficult for her.

Also read:Will Toke Makinwa accept cheating husband’s apology?

According to her, "For those who feel I have spoken about my marriage, you know what happened last year. It is with good reason. I want to talk about it from a rational point and not an emotional stance. Cos it’s tough. If you’ve ever been through a separation, heartbreak or whatever, you know how difficult it is.

And this was very public and so I went through a lot of stages and I’m still going through it. I can’t sit here and tell you I’m completely whole or this doesn’t affect me anymore. I still feel somewhat shy, I’m trying to come out of my shell about it. Cos I mean you share your life with me and I feel it’s a great disservice to not even talk about it.

Just know I’m going through the process and every week I come here I smile, we connect that doesn’t mean I don’t have my own issues. It’s just that I have chosen not to be a victim. I’ve chosen to just rise above it and just keep rising."


- News24


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