Despite the massive backlash, Mercy has been congratulated by some colleagues in the entertainment industry. Toke Makinwa, a media personality, couldn't stop gushing over the love-up photos the actress kept uploading on her phone. Nigerians have also dragged their feet. Toke as they reminded her of how broken she was when her ex-husband, Maje Ayida, was abducted.
Toke Makinwa, a popular media personality, was one of the few Nigerians who congratulated and gushed over Mercy Aigbe and her new husband, Adekaz. Despite the huge backlash she was receiving, the actress continued to release beautiful photos, and Toke gushed over one, stating how much she loved it.
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Nigerians criticize Toke Makinwa Toke's seemingly innocuous remark earned her a lot of drags, as well as being labeled a home wrecker. Some even reminded the elderly woman of her broken heart after her ex-husband, Maje Ayide, left her for another woman.
Take a look at some of the comments gathered below: chinazafidelisfidelis: "Toke is too sophisticated for this Sha; she can't stoop this low."
jenroking says: "Men with no shame. Women with no shame. The remaining people with common sense will not let this trend become the norm."
franzianna 001: "Stray bullet flying up and down and hitting people anyway."
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