Toke Makinwa is on a table shaking spree.
Popular OAP and vlogger, Toke Makinwa has taken to Twitter to vent about some things that she has faced/is facing in the industry.
In a series of tweets, the media personality spoke about the hard times she went through before she got to where she is today. According to her, she is often called names and bad mouthed for doing what she does. People will often hate you for being everything that they would have loved to be, she added.
She also went further to speak about certain people whom she has fed. According to her, those people turn their backs at the slightest opportunity.
Her words below;
Last night conversation with my day 1 Isoken brought back so many memories of my early days
Funny how people see the now and feel it just happened, what my eye has seen in this industry to get to where I am today ehn….. God is good
From “her own is too much, she’ll do anything for attention, it’s all hype, eww this YouTube thing she does etc” now almost everyone has Vlogs, taking pictures, putting themselves out there, my people focus on your focus and do you.
People hate what they want so bad, they hate you cos you are not afraid to live. You take the risk, they steady praying it’ll fail and once it doesn’t, they hate you for daring to be different.
I have fed mouths that have cursed me, stuck my neck out for people that’ll take my plate in a heartbeat. But for God, my own for don finish
Just keep praying, working, fighting for your own, trust that God doesn’t sleep and he sees it all. You will always win
One time I got an opportunity to host a gig, I was in a meeting with the organizers when a colleague of mine called in, the phone was on speaker and the first thing she asked was why Toke Makinwa? I’ve been here longer than her, I’ll do it for half of what she’s demanding
This table she is shaking certainly has someone on it. Who could it be?
Omaku Josephine Ananeyi is a Journalist with keen interest in social reformation, a spontaneous writer, an impulsive reader, and a talker. She currently writes for Ghafla Nigeria.
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March 25, 2019