Temi Otedola, the Nigerian actress, model, and daughter of billionaire Femi Otedola, has disclosed some previously unknown aspects about herself.
The billionaire daughter in a recent interview with popular Nigerian YouTuber, Korty disclosed that she has only visited 27 countries in her life, and contrary to reports that she has always been rich, she was once broke.
According to her, her mum once told her to get a job during summer for her to be financially buoyant. This happened when she was 15 and she had no choice but to hustle. Teni disclosed that she got a job at a retail store and by extension had to work at 3 different retail stores before the summer ends.
The younger sister of DJ Cuppy added that before the end of the summer, she was able to make a total of $1200 and was proud of her hard-earned money.
“One summer when I was 15, my mum basically says that this is the year
we stop giving you pocket money, if u want any money for summer, you have to go and work, so that summer I went to work in retail stores.
“I worked in 3 different retail stores like just folding clothes, you go to the stock room to get clothes, I stood on the shop floor for 12 hours at the end of that summer I made, $1200, and I was proud of that.”
In a recent interview, Temi Otedola’s husband, Mr Eazi, created a buzz on the internet with a surprising revelation about her billionaire father-in-law, Femi Otedola.
The music artist, in an interview with Naija FM, revealed that despite being a billionaire, his father-in-law doesn’t own a private jet, as believed by many.
In the same interview, Mr Eazi confirmed his marital status with Temi, dispelling rumors of a secret marriage and openly acknowledging their union.
According to him, the Music video of his song, ‘Legalise’ was the footage of their wedding in Venice and is proof that he didn’t keep his wedding secret. He stated that their outfits in the video weren’t just costumes as he urged people to rewatch the video.
Their low-key wedding isn’t surprising as the couple had hinted at tying the knot in an intimate ceremony with few guests on a podcast.