After A Man Said That He Wants To Date Temi Otedola, See What Mr. Eazi Did To Him (Photos)
A man named @didiafrika has taken his twitter handle to share what popular artist, Mr. Eazi did for him after he professed his love for billionaire daughter, Temi Otedola. According to the screenshot he shared, it seems that he copied what an American named @tanamongeau did. He said that 'I want to date @TemiOtedola next'.
Few hours after he shared this tweet, Mr. Razi came across it and what he did to him was so surprising. Mr. Eazi blocked this young man fr following and viewing his tweets. As we all know, Mr. Eazi and Temi Otedola are both in a serious relationship and it's clear to everyone.
Maybe Mr. Eazi blocked him out of hanger, who knows. In my opinion, what this man said doesn't warrant him to be blocked because there is nothing wrong for this young man to profess his love for Temi Otedola.
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