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Toolz Oniru Slams Those Blaming Funke Akindele For Her Failed Marriage To JJC Skillz

Toolz Oniru weighs in on Funke Akindele, and JJC Skillz’s failed marriage.

Popular Nigerian OAP, Toolz Oniru has lambasted those who are blaming Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele, for her failed marriage to rapper husband, JJC Skillz.

Toolz Oniru Slams Those Blaming Funke Akindele For Her Failed Marriage To JJC Skillz

Toolz Oniru Weighs In On Funke Akindele’s Marriage

KanyiDaily recalls that JJC Skillz had recently announced the dissolution of his six years old marriage to Funke, saying he had tried his best but their marital crisis was beyond repair.

The rapper, who got married to the actress in 2016, also revealed that he has been living outside their home for three months now as he and the actress are no longer living as a couple anymore.

Following the announcement, many people had linked Funke’s marital crisis to the actress having a successful career and because of her wealth and pride.

Reacting on her Twitter page, Tooz questioned the narrative behind such a conclusion regarding the actress’ wealth. He sarcastically encouraged ladies not to be successful in their marriage.

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She wrote, ”We don’t live in their house, but it ‘HAS’ to be Funke’s fault because she’s a successful woman. What a lazy narrative. Please ladies don’t get too successful o.”

KanyiDaily recalls that Nollywood actor, Samuel Jemitalo had also reacted to the failed marriage while advising men against marrying successful women because they will never respect them.

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