When Asked Why She is Eating Pounded Yam and Egusi without Meat, See Temi Otedola's Reply
By Surdhiq | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 13390 views
Temi Otedola is the younger sister of famous Nigerian female DJ, DJ Cuppy. Temi is a fashion blogger, Media Personality and an actress. She appeared in her latest and debut movie titled 'The Citation' in the later months of 2020 where acted the role of 'Moremi'.
The billionaire daughter is believed to be engaged to a Nigerian music artiste, "Mr. Eazi" as the two celebrities are usually spotted together in various videos and pictures usually shared by them on social media.
As it is her usual norms to keep her fans and followers lively on social media, Temi Otedola has appeared with another instagram post as she is spotted eating a Yoruba local food, Pounded Yam with Egusi Soup. There has been several reactions on the post but a particular comment by a fan was singled out as the user asked why she is not eating the food with meat as this is expected since a morsel food like Pounded yam and Amala are expected to be eaten with meat. She revealed she is vegetarian and does not eat meat.
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