Temi, daughter of Femi Otedola, Nigerian billionaire businessman, says she wouldn’t cry over a breakup.


The actress responded to questions by fans in the latest episode of her vlog where she addressed a range of topics spanning beauty tips, relationships, career, social media, religion, university life, productivity, and mental health.

Quizzed on what she would take for her worst breakup experience, Temi described herself as a “combat girl”.

“It might sound savage but I’ve never been like those you see in the movies where they’re in bed crying and eating ice cream. I can’t lie, it’s never been me. I’m a combat kid in many aspects of my life,” the actress said.


“If I’m feeling shitty about something, give me 48 hours. If something like a breakup has happened, I’m that kind of girl who goes out that Friday night. I just like to forget my problems and keep moving.

“I ask myself what I’ve learned from that situation and what’s next. We move. I can’t come and die over a man.”

On mental health, she added: “A lot of people deal with depression. I won’t say I’ve ever been completely depressed for months. But have I been in that state? Yes. I probably deal with anxiety much more or intense panic attacks.”


Temi had her acting debut in ‘Citation‘, a movie by Kunle Afolayan where she played the character Moremi.

The actress, who doubles as a content creator, and Mr Eazi, her singer boyfriend, have been dating since 2017.

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