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If My Third Husband Messes Up, I’ll Divorce Him And Marry Again – Toyin Lawani [Video]

Toyin Lawani said if her present husband “messes up” she would marry another man and have kids with him.

Nigerian fashion entrepreneur, Toyin Lawani has slammed those criticizing her marital choices, stressing that their criticisms will not stop her from marrying another man if her current husband ‘messes’ up.

If My Third Husband Messes Up, I’ll Divorce Him And Marry Again - Toyin Lawani [Video]

Toyin Lawani Speaks On Her Marital Choices

The 40-year-old fashionista, who is married to her third husband, Segun Wealth, spoke during her diary session on the ‘Real Housewives of Lagos‘, the reality TV series.

According to her, some people have been criticising her for having children with three different men, but their constant backlash will never stop her from finding love and having kids with another man if her marriage ends.

She said, “I see when they try to drag me or try to make me feel bad about my kids, telling me, I have kids with three different dads.

“Excuse me, if my husband messes up I’ll still marry another person if I found love, and it will be four different dads.

“If that one f**k up if I find love again, I’ll still marry again and it will be five different dads. Whose business is it? Is it your womb?”

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KanyiDaily recalls that Towin Lawani had claimed that she will marry 3 husbands when she turns 40, build houses for them and choose who to spend the night with.

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