They had recalled the negative reports about her and the book she wrote about her failed marriage.
Toke Makinwa captioned the photo she shared;
This could be us but …..
Read below the savage replies she got in return from Nigerians;
Toke Makinwa in her book titled ‘On Becoming’ spilled the beans about her tragic relationship with ex-husband, Maje Ayida and how she contemplated suicide, finding God, bleaching and more.
In the book Toke talked about her 18-month-old marriage which was took off on the 15 January 2014 at a private wedding ceremony with Maje Ayida her lover for eight years and how the marriage crumbled.
The Other Woman “Who was that girl?” I asked “That’s that girl” “Which girl?” “The girl I told you about. Her friends are always calling me to say she really likes me and has a crush on me. Her name is Anita.” “So that’s the Anita girl they say you are dating.” “I’m not dating her. How can I date someone that is always saying ‘can I come and see you? I’ll bring my friend that you think is cute’?” “I accepted Maje’s explanation and concluded that Anita was not important . So I’ll be with Maje and she’d call and I’d tell him, “The girl that has a crush on you is calling.” And it would be nothing.”
In chapter 8 ‘On Becoming’ titled ‘Hurt’. Toke Makinwa wrote about Maje returning from a trip and infecting her with an STI.
And she said “He had given me an STI in the past. He’d returned from a trip once and we had sex, and a few days later I was itching. ‘I went to the doctors and they prescribed medication, but when I asked Maje about the infection he denied knowing anything about it. I went through his phone and saw a conversation with Anita where she complained that she had been itching.
According to her, it was not news to Maje, more like an update that she was giving him on a situation that he already knew about.
“He asked what the doctor’s report said and what was prescribed. I knew I would be putting myself at risk if I closed my eyes to whatever he chose to do on the side. So I went back to putting all my attention into my work.