Tems, the Nigerian singer, has responded to recent pregnancy rumours circulating on social media.
The speculations arose after the singer made an appearance at the Burberry fashion show in London.
At the event, Tems donned a deep purple luxurious faux fur Burberry coat while waving at fans who were cheering her.
Some social media users, however, suggested she was concealing a baby bump. Others even speculated about Future, the American rapper, being the father.
Someone said Tems is pregnant with Future’s kid, I don’t want to believe this at all.
I hope it’s just rumor pic.twitter.com/OrNQioJXDZ
— HOLYMAN ✝️ (@TheHolyman_) September 22, 2023
Wait Tems is pregnant?? 😳
— 𝐌𝐀𝐋𝐈𝐊 (@TheMahleek) September 18, 2023
If Tems like make she post only her face, I sabi pregnant woman nose 😂 pic.twitter.com/WpHJc9BQKm
— 𝐑𝐚𝐲 𝐂𝐲𝐩𝐡𝐞𝐫 (@raycypherSf) September 22, 2023
It's official. Tems is pregnant. She just confirmed it to me on IG pic.twitter.com/IlLbeEMgQSAdvertisement
— Uncle Bayotics 💊 (@unclebayotics) September 22, 2023
Responding via X, formerly Twitter, on Friday, the singer dismissed the rumours with a direct and succinct message.
In conclusion, you people are all mad!!! pic.twitter.com/YpPgMBOxg7Advertisement
— TEMS (@temsbaby) September 22, 2023
She wrote, “In conclusion, you people are all mad!!!”
Born Temilade Openiyi, Tems gained global recognition in 2020, courtesy of her collaboration with Wizkid on the song ‘Essence’.
She has since established herself as a prominent figure in the Nigerian music industry, earning several awards and accolades.
In February, the songstress won her first-ever Grammy award.
She bagged the ‘Best Melodic Rap Performance’ category for her role in ‘Wait for U’, the 2022 hit song by Future featuring Drake.
She was recently honoured by TIME magazine and listed among their top 100 for 2023.
In August, Tems opened up about the reason she ditched Afrobeats for R&B.
She said Afrobeats was not giving her the type of “spiritual stimulation” she wanted.
She added that she “was prepared to die” for her belief and stick with R&B.
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