You’re Mad For Shaming My Voice — Singer Tems Slams A Follower Who Mocked Her Singing Prowess

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Temilade Openinyi, a quickly emerging artist, has criticized a fan for humiliating her by making fun of her singing abilities.

An angry Tems responded to the follower who had accused her voice of being unappealing during a live Instagram session with her followers by claiming that the follower had insulted his voice instead of hers.

Tem answered, flashing the “F” finger, “Your voice no sweet, your voice no sweet, you are mad.”

When an old tweet from the singer surfaced online, Tems reportedly made a revelation about the old photo on social media, according to Kemi Filani.

The identity of the woman in the photo was established by Tems’ response to a tweep’s tweet in 2018.

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She tweeted: “Lmao!! My mum!!”.

“Lmao feels so surreal to see my mum like this, what a spice”.

Many people gushed about Tems mother’s attractiveness in the new photo that made it onto the photo-sharing platform, Instagram, despite the fact that she had aged since the last shot.

elozonambobo_: Now I believe she was the young lady in the advert then so damn pretty even at her 50’s

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ojie.e: If na this woman, she fine pass Tems oo

hephzibah__believer: Momma aged beautifully

i_am_kaka7: Omo age. E no dey wait for anyone. You must age.

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badassy_xoxo: Wow, her mom’s beautiful

maunch: Sorry ooo they are both really beautiful but TBH tems still no reach this woman

eddybgs: Na the woman be this Na him .. wey the guy ????

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According to Kemi Filani news, Tems wrote a heartfelt ode to all of her senior female colleagues in the music business.

The singer sent a thank-you post after becoming the first female artist from Nigeria to win an international act award at the BET Awards.

Temi tweeted her gratitude to numerous people for their existence, including Tiwa Savage, Asa, Omawumi, Waje, Yemi Alade, Simi, Niniola, Ayra Starr, and Temi.

She expressed gratitude for their decision to stand up and perform, saying that every time she saw them grace the stage, she felt inspired.


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