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"Oh Shut up" Toke Makinwa fires back at a follower for criticizing her over Michelle Obama's book comments

Media personality, Toke Makinwa has slammed a follower for attacking her over comments she made about former US first lady, Michelle Obama's book, ‘Becoming.’

Following an announcement made by American’ former first lady, Michele Obama, on Sunday, February 5, 2018, that she will be launching her book "Becoming, " an apparently happy Toke Makinwa whose book has a similar tittle ‘ On Becoming’ went ahead to hail her.

Toke who knows for sure that fans will attack her applauded Michelle’ move while adding that their books both have similar titles."Way to go MO!!!!! I wrote a book called “On Becoming...”, it’s the first of many as I am still on a journey to become! She’s written a book called “Becoming”. Everyone has a story to tell no matter who you are or where you are from. We are all traveling thru life and It is important to share your story. You never know who needs your strength to get thru their demons.

"Everything that’s happened to you, happened for you and the more you break the barriers of shame, accept the past and use it to shape who you become for the future; the more you rise. I cannot wait to read her own journey to becoming who she is now and I hope this further inspires anyone out there to live in their truth and shine thru each phase of their lives. #OnBecoming #Becoming #Powerofwords #tunnelvision #OnBecomingBold #Onbecomingmore," she wrote.

Waiting to devour Toke, a fan wrote

"Girl this is not about you.. Let make that clear.. Lol," she wrote.

Trust Toke Makinwa not to allow this slide as she gave it back to the fan, writing:

"Oh shut up already! Her story is not mine but it's one of her journeys. What have you done with your life?Who's life have you made better with your own story?" 

Toke Makinwa had on November 27, 2016, launched her tell-all, book "On Becoming."

Makinwa talked about her marriage scandal and how it changed her life, finding forgiveness and faith in God.




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