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Here’s everything you need to know about the billionaire daughter in love with music star Mr Eazi

Temi was spotted out in London with the singer and their cuteness together just couldn't be overlooked.

Temi Otedola
Temi Otedola
is a rising Nigerian fashion blogger and stylist living in London.
In 2014, the 21-year-old founded JTO, a platform she uses to showcase her personal style and experiences through fashion, art, travel and photography.

The full time History of Art student at University College London, United Kingdom, will be going straight for a Masters in Contemporary African Art after her first degree.
‘Life is too short to look boring,’
remains one of the best quotes by the daughter of a billionaire.

Her father, Femi Otedola is one of the richest men in Africa, while her sister, Ifeoluwa popularly known as DJ Cuppy is one of the biggest Nigerian DJs in the world.

Temi is believed to be having a romance with singer, Mr Eazi, and this has got their fans going nuts like the time Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were together.
Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade popularly known as Mr Eazi is signed to Wizkid’s Starboy record label.

Temi Otedola and Mr Eazi
His Ghanaian Jollof mixed with Nigerian sauce is so sweet that the billionaire daughter can’t look away.
The pair became a trending topic over the weekend when their lovely photos from the white wedding of Folarin Alakija, son of Nigeria’s richest woman, Folorunsho Alakija, and his Iranian wife, Naza.
Temi’s sister, Cuppy also attended the ceremony which took place at Blenheim Palace, England with her bae, Victor Anichebe.



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