Toke Makinwa Blast’s Anthony Joshua Over His Recent Comment

Its not news now that Toke Makinwa, popular  Nigerian On Air Personality has a very massive crush on Anthony Joshua.

Though it seems like Toke’s crush might be a thing of the past in light of what she had to say in response to AJ’s comment.

Anthony Joshua is a British boxer of Nigerian origin, Joshua was born in Watford, Hertfordshire to a Nigerian mother Yeta Odusanya and a British father Robert of Nigerian descent.

Anthony Joshua is currently under fire on social media, concerning his recent comments about how he wants his niece to be raised.

The Heavy Weight Champion during an interview with GQ revealed the different ways he was going to raise his niece and son

In an interview with GQ from March 2017, the 27-year old said he wants his son to ‘spread his wings’ but he tends to be much stricter with his niece.

“I don’t think I’m that strict with Joseph, I don’t know why” he said.

“But with my niece I’m strict. I think it is because she is older, but also he’s a boy?—?he’s going to be a man’s man, he’ll want to spread his wings, be a Jack-the-lad, build his character.”

He added: “But I am sure there are things I will be strict about. But with my niece, there is none of that Jack-the-lad nonsense for her!’ ‘My view is you have to be a good woman, respectful, one day you will be someone’s wife, you have to learn family morals… what it is to be a good woman”

Obviously the comment wasn’t taking well by the public. It was seen as a misogynistic point of view, straight out putting out men as the supreme gender.

A lot of people have placed AJ’s comment as out-rightly sexist.

Toke was quick to point out that Joshua’s statement is a major reason we have men without proper upbringing roaming around, feeling entitled.
She encouraged parents to make their sons accountable instead of putting so much pressure on the girl child.

In her words”Reading up on the Anthony Joshua statement saddens me but its not an AJ problem guys, we are the products of our society and we are all guilty

As a female you condone your brothers keeping many girlfriends yet you want to cry wolf when another man does it to you, we let it slide when it is family, we need to do better”.

 

 

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