Actress, Toyin Abraham expresses gratitude to supporters
By Rita Chioma,
Popular Yoruba actress, Toyin Abraham (formerly Aimakhu), who had in recent time, had her own fair share of heartbreaks and scandals has fully bounced back to life.
Toyin who has become one of the most sort after cross-over actresses in Nollywood penned her appreciation to all those who stood by her, during the trying times.
In her own words; “I am super grateful to God for all he has done for me in the past few months.
When I look at the mirror now, I’m almost unrecognizable.
I am grateful to a new set of wonderful team(management, PR, Style, and others) I am grateful to fans who stood by me, encouraged me and supported Alakada Reloaded at the cinema.
You guys did not make me a celeb with social media following without influence. You made Alakada
Reloaded a record breaking movie to gross 75million (the first mixed language movie to gross 75million). I am grateful to the owners of the cinemas, thank you for believing.
I am grateful to Bola Oba for doing business with me. I am grateful to my colleagues that acted
in Alakada. I am grateful to the media and bloggers (in your own ways, you guys are awesome)
I am grateful to those who constantly give me opportunities to explore this acting talent.
I am also grateful to the past because it didn’t break me. The past made me find the new me, (I am loving the new me) and look forward to the “Future me”
Then she listed her new projects: “The last quarter of the year will be awesome.
I am in Wives on Strike The Revolution in cinema from December 29, 2017 and I can’t wait to start
filming #SevenandaHalfDate @sevenandahalfdate (You will love this) with actor, producer and director I haven’t worked with in the past.
I have a couple of other projects I won’t be able to say here. Guys, it’s time to dream new dreams and make room for more.”