“Someone That Blew My Song”: Teni Reacts to People Dragging Davido for Calling Her Younger Sister

“Someone That Blew My Song”: Teni Reacts to People Dragging Davido for Calling Her Younger Sister

  • Nigerian singer Teni did not have any problem with Davido calling her his younger sister, even though a lot of people did
  • In an interview sighted online, the singer queried if people who dragged her colleague have any idea what he has done for her
  • Teni also queried why her driver, who is older than her, calls her madam despite their age difference

Nigerian singer Teniola Apata, in a viral video, listed the different ways Davido came through for her as a colleague.

She was responding to criticisms after the Unavailable crooner called her his younger sister publicly even though they are age mates.

Singers Davido and Teni
Teni shares how Davido helped her Photo credit: @davido/@tenientertainer
Source: Instagram

Teni asked if such people were in their right sense as she doesn't care what Davido calls her after he jumped on her song and made it a huge hit.

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Still on Davido's generosity, Teni disclosed how the singer cancelled his meeting and stayed beyond his allotted time to shoot the music video with her.

The Billionaire crooner also used the analogy of her driver calling her madam even though he is older to shut the critics up.

Recall that Teni recently recovered from a sickness that almost rendered her speechless.

Watch the video here:

Reactions to Teni's video


"That driver analogy made a vital point."


"I never knew Teni is 31. She behaves like she is in her early 20s."


"That’s Davido for you. Hopefully davido comes to the east and take the boys here to the moon too. Jeriq, Aguero, Hugo, Ugoccie."


"For this Industry no one I mean no one, is touching OBO."

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"I will rather not speak about the fact that there is no need for the grill."


"Everybody is family to 001. The real idan sabi the real."


"It’s good to be appreciative of good deeds from others, that’s loyalty. People that don’t forget their humble beginnings would go far in life."

Teni takes Dream Catcher kids on shopping spree

Legit.ng earlier reported that the entertainer warmed the hearts of fans after posting a video of how she spent her day on social media.

The 'Uyo Meyo' crooner visited the Dream Catchers Academy and took the children on a shopping spree.

The singer, who had once boasted that no one could teach her how to spend her money, ensured she got the children food items, toiletries and other essential needs.

Source: Legit.ng

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