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Heard about Keeping Up with Toyin Aimakhu (KUWTA) Reality TV show?



I Don't know if you've heard about (KUWTA) keeping Up With Toyin Aimakhu. It's a TV reality show where Toyin's fan's are expected to see more of her and I bet her fans will not be disappointed cos they'll sure get to see more of her crazy part as she usually admits on her IG page @aimakhutoyin that "she no well".
The only thing that gets me laid back in this whole KUWTA issh is the name itself or is it just me cos hearing "Keeping Up with" makes me feel antsy about the outcome of the show. Well, heads up Toyin and please keep it real. Love!
You can checkout clips of what to expect from (KUWTA) here https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCejJTC7-UScHfS-DPhBtyVA
You can also follow her on IG @aimakhutoyin @kuwtaofficial for more info.
 

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