“Stop Calling Me Your Role Model”, Toke Makinwa Warns

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By Victoria Willie

Nigerian media personality and Fashion Influencer, Toke Makinwa, has asked parents to stop putting pressure on her by saying their daughters look up to her as a Role Model.

She made this known today, Friday September 11, on her Twitter handle, @tokstarr, where she asked people to quit making her their role model, saying she is also “trying out this thing called life” and will still make “not so smart decisions”.

“If a part of my life inspires you, by all means use it as a guideline to be better, pls I am also trying out this thing called life. I am not perfect, I will disappoint you with no apologies. I disappoint myself too, the difference is I get up and move on.”

The Nigerian Radio Personality went on to emphasise that the pressure placed on her to be a Role Model has to stop.

“I accept my flaws all, I am under no pressure to fit into your ideal of what perfection looks like, I am figuring me out too. Pls be inspired but don’t pressure me to be a “role model”, I love my loud, goofy, silly and witty self too much to submit to your standard.”

The radio host further advised parents to raise their kids to see themselves as a work in progress.

See full thread of her tweets below:

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Victoria Willie is an Entertainment News Editor with 9News Nigeria. She is a seasoned writer, entrepreneur and a fashion enthusiast who believes in the power of imaginations. She derives pleasure in reading, writing and meeting new people. She also shares style and beauty tips on Svelte Magazine. To contact her privately, send email to victoriabwillie@gmail.com

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