Femi Otedola reacts as daughter Temi says she is black and proud

Femi Otedola reacts as daughter Temi says she is black and proud

- Nigerian billionaire, Femi Otedola’s daughter, Temi, has taken to social media to lend her voice to the Black Lives Matter protests rocking the world

- The young lady posted photos of herself on Instagram and said that she is black and proud

- Temi’s billionaire father, Femi Otedola, also reacted to the post by telling his daughter to say it loud

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Many parts of the world have been rocked by several protests to preach for better living conditions for blacks who have been known to face hostility from many whites in the society and also to advocate for the end of police brutality against blacks from white cops.

It all started when a black man, George Floyd, was held down by a white police officer’s knee despite his cries for help and he eventually died as a result.

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The video made the rounds on social media and it sparked massive outrage as people went out in large numbers to protest the injustice done to people just because of the colour of their skin.

Just recently, Nigerian billionaire, Femi Otedola’s daughter, Temi, took to social media via her Instagram page to lend her voice to the cause in a unique way.

The young lady shared cute photos of herself rocking a little black dress and she captioned it: ‘black and proud’.

See her post below:

Temi’s billionaire father, Femi Otedola, also took to the comment section to cheer his daughter. He wrote: “Say it loud”.

See a screenshot of his comment below:

Femi Otedola reacts as daughter Temi says she is black and proud

Femi Otedola cheers on his daughter Temi
Source: Instagram

Lovely.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian socialite, Hushpuppi, said that people who bleach their skin should not post 'Black Lives Matter' on social media.

The Dubai-based businessman in a post shared on his official Instagram page appeared to have a problem with some crop of people who have been joining the movement.

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According to Hushpuppi, people who are guilty of bleaching their skins or changing their skin color are not fit to be a part of the protest that advocates for black lives.

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