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'I Lost Both My Parents In A Fire Incident' Toke Makinwa Reveals

Sad... The beautiful Nigerian media personality revealed in an interview with Genevieve magazine that she lost her both parents in a fire incident:

"I lost both my parents in a fire incident in 1993. I remember that morning and I haven’t been able to speak about it ever since."

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  1. Uwwwww I am so sorry about that dearie,all I no right now is that your parents will be very proud of what you have become

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  2. Dats so sad 2 hear

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