Superstar Nigerian actress cum media personality, Toke Makinwa has detailed that she tragically lost her sister after hosting the Big Brother Naija show.
She made this revelation on Monday via her official Twitter handle, at the same time thanking fans for always standing by her through and through.
“You guys make me cry, the amount of support has been so overwhelming, I will not disappoint you all. It’s been the darkest 10 days of my life, I got off the reunion show for BBN to hear that my big sister passed away. My family is going through so much right now guys, thank you,” she tweeted.Information Guide Nigeria
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“Having to work in the midst of heart-wrenching pain is confusing, the Production guys and the entire NB team have been super helpful too. The show must go on so I wipe my tears between takes and focus on delivering on this job. God is still God, I guess,” she concluded.
She is expected to anchor the much-awaited survival reality TV show, Gulder Ultimate Search.JAMB Result
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