Ghanaians have fallen in love new sensation from Nigeria, Teni of ‘Case’ fame.
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That song is practically played everywhere you go and it’s not surprising because her vocal delivery and the vibe on that song is unique.
Although she has been body-shamed for her looks, she’s unperturbed as she continues to do what she knows best- entertain!
She has released a new video for her latest song, ‘Sugar Mummy’ and the artwork proves she’s not ashamed of her plus size.
About ‘Sugar Mummy’, the singer says in a Vogue interview with Chioma Nnadi:
“I want to make ‘Sugar Mummy’ a positive term. She is a woman with swag, who looks good, who is proud to be different.” It’s that pride, that refusal to conform that has set Teni in a different lane to her peers. Pushing against the sexy narrative and choosing to be unapologetically herself, Teni has already redefined what it means to be a woman and marched to the beat of her own drum.
Teni continues, “There’s an assumption that women have to look a certain way to be feminine, but I don’t want to conform to that stereotype,” she says. “My thing is this: You don’t get to decide how I choose to live my life. I’m being me—respect that. UGA, the university I went to, was mostly PWI—that’s short for a predominantly white institution. I remember someone even asked me if I had elephants in my backyard, it was wild. The other students would look at me crazy when I showed up to class in traditional dress, too. But you know that’s who I am. That’s my culture. If you can wear your blue jeans, I can wear this.”
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Watch the video of ‘Sugar Mummy’ below:
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