OAP asks her viewers, "what's the fuss?"

On this new episode of Toke Moments, Toke Makinwa touches on the issues concerning how Nigerians make small matters into big deals even when they're no better than those they judge.

You go to the airport to board a flight (and you're probably taking the economy class), you spot an old friend of yours who just got off a flight. She tells you she had seen another mutual friend on her flight, and the first question you ask is "what class was she flying?"

Does it really matter anyways?

Media personality and vlogger, Toke Makinwa, in her usual frank and humorous way talks about how we (Nigerians) take little, inconsequential things (like what class an old friend flew on to London) and blow it out of proportion.

Toke asks: "Were you the one that bought her the flight ticket?"

But really, what's the fuss? Find out on Toke Moments below:

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