Tolu Oniru Demuren, better known by her stage name Toolz, has spoken out about reports that she and her husband, Tunde Demuren, had divorced. Popular On-Air-Personality, Tolu ‘Toolz’ Oniru Demuren spoke about how her miscarriage and the death of her father affected her.

Tolu Oniru Demuren, better known by her stage name Toolz, has spoken out about reports that she and her husband, Tunde Demuren, had divorced. Popular On-Air-Personality, Tolu ‘Toolz’ Oniru Demuren spoke about how her miscarriage and the death of her father affected her.

Tolu Oniru Demuren, better known by her stage name Toolz, has spoken out about reports that she and her husband, Tunde Demuren, had divorced. Popular On-Air-Personality, Tolu ‘Toolz’ Oniru Demuren spoke about how her miscarriage and the death of her father affected her.

Toolz’s marriage to her husband was rumored to have ended while she was pregnant.

The radio presenter in an interview with Chude Jideonwo noted that the report is no where near the truth, adding that she was not wearing her ring at the time because her fingers were swollen and she was pregnant.

She further stated that the claims that she moved out of her matrimonial home was not necessary.

Toolz said, “The rumour of crisis in my marriage came out because at the time I didn’t wear my wedding ring and I also changed my Instagram bio.

“I didn’t wear my ring because it wasn’t fitting anymore, I was pregnant at the time and my fingers were swollen.

“The rumour that he moved out was just ridiculous, had my mother worried when she heard because I was pregnant.”

Toolz during the interview also shared her experience after she had a miscarriage of her first pregnancy.

She stated that that time was the most traumatic situation for her because she couldn’t believe it was happening to her.

The media personality added that she survived the situation due to help from therapist and being spiritual.

Toolz said, “I don’t like talking about the miscarriage but at that time I was so lost. They told me I wasn’t going to go through with the pregnancy and if I do, there will be so many issues.

“We prayed about it, spoke to different pastors but accepting that it wasn’t going to work made me move on.

“It was seven hours of labour to just remove the baby but I just kept praying. I blamed myself but when I spoke to my therapist, I realised it could have happened to anyone.

“I’m happy I was able to go through it and I hope my story is an inspiration. I went from crying every single day to getting better.”

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