- An online personality by the name of Toke Makinwa has taken to social media to share her thoughts about the buzz surrounding the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview
- According to the media personality, who makes a lot of sense, people supporting Meghan should first ensure wives in their family aren't suffering the same fate
- Makinwa stated that although racism isn't an issue in all families, there are many families with classism issues
African media personality, Toke Makinwa, has weighed in on the ongoing social media buzz surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's explosive interview.
According to Makinwa, people who are supporting the couple should first look inwards and ensure women married into their families aren't going through similar situations.
Recall, social media went agog after Meghan made some startling revelations about getting married into the royal family. According to her, in a recent Oprah Winfrey interview, not only she but her first son Archie had been subjected to racial discrimination.
Makinwa stated that the same people crucifying the British Royal Family are guilty of being unkind to the wives married into their families.
"Before you come out and support Meghan please make sure the wives married in to your family are not going through hell too. Some of you hate your brother’s wife but are quick to crucify the BRF. Charity begins at home. Let that woman breathe."
"There might not be racism in your family but there is classism, your own mother is wicked to your brother's wife, you think she’s spending all your brother’s money or controlling him yet you are trying to fix the royal family problems??? Fix your own first. Charity begins at home."
Since the interview dropped, there have been hot takes on social media with praises directed at the Prince for standing by his woman.
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that Royal expert, Omid Scoobie, recently made a very bold statement about the late Princess Diana and her son Prince Harry. According to Omid, Diana would be extremely proud of Harry for speaking out about life behind the scenes as a royal family member.
Omid's assumption comes not long after Prince Harry and his wife, US actress Meghan Markle, did a tell-all interview with talk show host Oprah Winfrey during which they let many cats out of the bag about alleged racism and mistreatment they received from certain royal family members.
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