Teni shares message her mom sent to her about marriage

Teni shares message her mom sent to her about marriage

- Nigerian singer, Teni, has taken to social media to reveal the message she got from her mom

- In a recent Instagram post, she revealed her mom asked her about when she intends to settle down

- This comes after she received backlash for her recent views on feminism

When it comes to things that unite African parents, their desire to see their children succeed and one day settle down, is definitely one of them. And it appears superstars are not spared from this as well.

Nigerian singer, Teni recently proved this to be true when she took to her Instagram page to reveal the message she got from her mom.

Sharing a photo of herself staring at something on her phone, she revealed her mom had already started asking her when she'll marry. She captioned: "My mom texting me “Teni when will you marry”

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Meanwhile, the feminism movement remains one of the most controversial movements in society. While some people believe in equal rights for both genders, there are some who don't believe this should be so.

A few days ago, Teni, appeared to have gotten into the bad books of Nigerian feminists, following her recent post on Twitter. In a single tweet, Teni tackled feminism by saying women want to be feminist until it is time to propose to a man.

In other news, US activist Candace Owens a while ago spoke at Turning Point, USA’s Young Women’s Leadership Summit in Texas. Here, she spoke of a change in her stance on modern-day feminism.

The lady who used to be a strong advocate of feminism said she has realised all too late that it is a scam. According to her, feminism as a concept and practice is not aimed at uplifting others but at tearing women down. The ex-feminist opposed feminist practitioners vehemently and even pointed accusing fingers at some celebrities who promote it.

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