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Find out Those Things You Should or Shouldn’t be Doing in Your 20s on a New Episode of “Toke Moments”




Toke Makinwa

Media Girl Toke Makinwa is out with a new vlog after a short hiatus.

On this episode, she talks about those things you should do in your 20s and the ones you shouldn’t. New features have also been added.

Watch it here:


  1. Seun

    July 21, 2016 at 1:42 am

    Nice one from Toke,blunt and direct as always.The bottomline is to get enough experience in your teenage and early adulthood years,it helps your general knowledge about relationships.

  2. Toluade

    July 21, 2016 at 2:11 am

    Toke there are different types of stds this days,The need for protection is important against STDS and unwanted pregnancies,The world is less safe compared to yester years,caution is important in most cases.

    I will recommend the use of gold circle condom,very reliable and strong.Exposure is very relevant.Experience is the best teacher.

  3. Make hay while the sun shines.

    July 21, 2016 at 2:46 am

    Ha babe,you have released food for the negative minded lots,that won’t see the lesson in the view you shared,on the need to gather experience.and to be more matured by the time they get to there late twenties.

    Please to whom it may concern this is an opinion,take it or leave it.Moral police keep your advice to yourself,and the coded negative minded and hatefilled goons,don’t waste your time on this lady,God as picked her calls already.

  4. lola

    July 21, 2016 at 3:07 am

    In as much as I don’t agree with having one night stands or getting involved in activities that are morally wrong,I agree with toke view of living your life till the fullest between ages 17-24.I recently started advising my siblings to please explore the world, their interests, hobbies and all because they never can tell what life holds for them in the future.Moreover it more rewarding to build a career in something you are passionate about.Now I am mid twenties ,married and was always so serious all my life (mostly because I was brought up in a home where only books matter and you can’t afford to slack at any point in time) and all I keep asking myself is what did I do with myself in my early twenties.I regret been so serious that I ended up with my first boyfriend as my husband.too damn for once I told myself this year I must explore all my interests until next year. I am taking a long break just play around not think of career just go with the flow until next year.So many regrets especially when I see my mates all getting promoted and single going for weddings n hangouts on Saturday’s.But all the same I thank God for giving me a nice caring generous and handsome husband but mehn I just realised I rushed it all till my eyes just opened after wedding. Thank you toke and congrats on your growth and hustle.It is really not easy but more grease to your elbow

  5. Ola

    July 21, 2016 at 5:31 am

    This is talking to me !!!! Time to change my perspective

  6. Lucinda

    July 21, 2016 at 5:58 am

    I miss the old intro song and I don’t like the new layout. Looks like an interview instead of a vlog, it takes out of its personal substance. The background music is distracting and annoying. Great topic Toke. Brb.

  7. FasholasLover

    July 21, 2016 at 6:43 am

    Toke, bia this change me l don’t understand. It’s too serious. The fun, flighty factor is missing. Biko, find it/bring it back.

  8. anonymous

    July 21, 2016 at 8:28 am

    That’s YANNI playing in the background

  9. salome

    July 21, 2016 at 8:51 am

    This is great

  10. Dear Toks

    July 21, 2016 at 9:00 am

    Dear Toke,
    We appreciate your trying to take your vlog to the next level but all this is too much biko, i felt like i was watching a tv show the music in the background is distracting, your face is too far and we cant see those expressions we used to enjoy. now we dont feel connected anymore, whats with holding a pen? that is obviously part of the props but its too serious its not Analyse This with Arese.
    BTW i like your strength and hustle spirit, its inspiring.
    Mz Beez

  11. el patron

    July 21, 2016 at 9:21 am

    have you changed ur GF hair! ori e o da! what happened to the hair the good lord gave her..
    you want to change it? its on you.
    but valid point shes making. be selfish in ur 20’s, build urself first.

  12. Oloribaby

    July 21, 2016 at 9:38 am

    The intellectual and stern part of my brain can’t believe how shallow Toke Makinwa is but my adventurous alter ego just wants to let this my hair down. Will be 25 in March next year obvs. Just completed PhD in May. Never had a boyfriend. Never ‘done it’. Have just about 3 friends home and abroad lol. If any of my fellow BNers could tell me what I could do to have a real year of fun and (careful) freedom I’ll be grateful. Dunno how to have fun and I feel like this year(or maybe the next 8 months) should be my year of fun. God bless.

    • Afua

      July 21, 2016 at 12:08 pm

      Hi Olori,
      Congratulations on your PhD!!
      You wanted suggestions on how to have fun, but you didn’t mention where you currently live. If you live in the UK, most especially in England, I would be very happy to help. Please leave your contact details and I’ll get in touch.

      If you live somewhere else, I would suggest finding inspiration from articles & websites dedicated to ‘things you must do in a particular city or country’. You may find that not everything on their list/s may appeal to you – so find another, and so on and so forth. Next thing you know, you’ve made up you own list. It will help if you have some dispoable funds, as “fun” doesn’t always come cheap!

  13. Kemi

    July 21, 2016 at 9:40 am

    But. Quite a number of people in their 20’s are really serious about what they want in life. Getting degrees, certification, starting businesses even. It feels like they are trying to get their feet on th ground early THEN with their “small change”, explore the world. To be honest, it’s never too late to do that. This advise should b given to silverspoon children that their folks can afford to cover up when they mess up. Snapchat’s co-founder is just 26 ke. Billionaire! N Snap chat started abt 3/4 yrs ago. He was probably 23. Kissing strangers shaaaaa- I know sme1 whose relationship kicked off after sh decided to do this stranger-kissing thing, dude took her number ni mayne. Funniest story ever.

  14. jane

    July 21, 2016 at 9:44 am

    Toke has come again with her kurukere advice. Lol! D sad thing is that ppl wld take it verbatim. Please don’t go messing your life up because u r in ur 20’s.. have fun yes! But be cautious, never lose sight of your ambition and having relationships don’t mean u shld jump from one bed to another. Keep friends, get a broader perspective about ppl. By d time u are approaching 30, u wld understand and accommodate life better. But hey! Whatever path u decide, God is the ultimate ( don’t forget that). Cheers

  15. Diana

    July 21, 2016 at 10:15 am

    Hi Toke…I love ur vlog darling. ..its inspiring….I kinda prefer the old vlog viewing…its fun nd less serious…this one feels like an interview. ..I still love your positivity gal….Cheers

  16. Anny

    July 21, 2016 at 10:25 am

    Toke, there’s more to life than one night stand, partying and clubbing around, what about grooming oneself spiritually

  17. Yummie

    July 21, 2016 at 10:37 am

    Oluwa toke, my best part is decongest ur life. Some people are so not needed in ones life.

  18. Snap chat billionaire......

    July 21, 2016 at 10:44 am

    My dear don’t be fooled by the American tech billionaires,most of the structure backing them is funded by US government,they are given the pattern rights in trust.On Tokes the local palance they say travel and see,meaning exposure opens the eye to,and gives one valuable experience.

  19. Lolo

    July 21, 2016 at 10:48 am

    I absolutely love the new set and everything..Wish you more positive changes as you go along Tokstarr.


    July 21, 2016 at 11:07 am

    Lol! I just love Toke I tell you, haha!
    I enjoyed my 20’s sha. Got tattoos, smoked all smok-ables, club hopped, drank to a stupor ( ended up struggling to stop drinking as I found I was totally wired like an alcoholic ). Sometimes I do wish I’d slowed down a bit and there are times when I wish I hadn’t done all those things but, other times, I think of those times with a smile on my face and feel glad I went through it.
    Once DH and I went for a house viewing when we were expecting our first child and I perceived weed and told DH someone was smoking pot in the area- we figured if someone could smoke within the premises, then they might have questionable characters in the building. DH hadn’t known what was smelling so he was reminded yet again that this his wife has had her “days”.
    I wasn’t a “bad” girl per se but we experimented a lot. Thank God I never went above pot sha.

    I love the Yanni playing in the background. 🙂

  21. Francess

    July 21, 2016 at 11:42 am

    Toke is one lady who does not take herself too seriously,love dat abt her…..nice one girl

  22. hezekina pollutina

    July 21, 2016 at 1:45 pm

    i agree there are bench marks but I dont agree that there is only one path….everybody has different peak moments and expiration dates. but its good to be aware and conscious of what you are doing and what works best for you. can respect that other people have time clocks ticking while others like to wander around first. or never settle. as long as you are being honest to your nature and integrity, and not hurting others, who is to say, you should not dis or dat in your 40s? u always know when an older person is living well and in their nature because they look vibrant and alive. if they would have done what everybody else was doing they might have wilted off and had broken spirit. just know what ur spirit wants, know ur own limits, and live and let live.

  23. mimi

    July 22, 2016 at 10:42 pm

    Advices are just what they are….. Filter what you need and leave the rest. Mecran doesn’t have knuckles cream. Cos u definitely need one

  24. ToksVisions

    July 26, 2016 at 11:35 pm

    Toke, I thought age was just a number, so why put a cap on it. I feel we all don’t have to follow the same script in life. Do whatever works for you. I think the reason there are a lot of failed marriages is because people are forced or force themselves to enter relationships or marriages that they aren’t ready for. All in the name of, I can’t be single at 30. I say, explore and find yourself. And when you find what you like and what makes you happy, then indulge to the fullest. #YOLO

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