Toke Makinwa, media personality, has criticised a newly opened restaurant, Crossroads, for watching idly while she was bullied by the chaperone of British-Nigerian actor John Boyega.

In an eight-page post shared on Instagram, Makinwa said she was assaulted and intimidated while she visited the restaurant.

She wrote, “I cannot believe I stayed up this late to write this. I have an early flight to catch in the morning and I would normally just ignore it all but I thought about the number of women this can/might happen to and thought naaaaa, I’ll share it anyways. My experience at crossroads tonight was very interesting.

“P.S it was the Wizkid show and not rhythm unplugged.”

The TV gal wrote that the misunderstanding over tables took place while on a drink date with her best friend.

Here’s what she wrote.

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