Toke Makinwa Brags About Her Accomplishments, Saying, “If E Easy Do Am”
She boasts about her current television shows in the country.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Toke Makinwa, a Nigerian media star, has been boasting about her accomplishments.
She has worked hard to get to where she is now in her profession, according to the multi-talented media personality.
“I’ve got 3 main shows on Tv sha…I don’t toot my own horn enough….. GUS. Jungle Diary and Talk with TokeMakinwa. I’m on YouTube too, billboards, multiple endorsements. This is the life I once prayed for. I’ve worked so hard to become this badass chick. On Becoming more,” she tweeted.
“If e easy, so am . Na husband and pikin remain. I thank God ahead for them. Imagine a baby girl with her baby girl. Loud.”
Makinwa is a Nigerian radio broadcaster, YouTuber, lifestyle entrepreneur, and author who was born on November 3, 1984.
Her YouTube vlog series Toke Moments and her morning drive show on Rhythm 93.7 FM have made her famous. In November 2016, she published the book On Becoming.
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