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Video: What My Parents Told Me When I Was 15 – Temi Otedola

Billionaire daughter, Temi Otedola has disclosed that her mother told her that she would no longer get pocket money when she was 15.

Otedola stated this during an interview when she was asked the ‘brokest’ she has ever been.

The actress disclosed that when she was 15, her mother told her that she would no longer be getting any picket money from them and would have to work to earn her keep.

She explained that she had to go and work in retail stores so she could get money to fund her needs that summer.

The fashionista said that her job included going to the stock room to get clothes and folding them.

She, however, stated that it was an experience she appreciated because it made her realise the value of money.

Watch the video below,

DJ Cuppy Robbed In London

Meanwhile, Nigerian Disc Jockey, Florence Otedola, popularly known as DJ Cuppy, was robbed on the streets of Soho, London,

The Nigerian DJ, via the microblogging platform, X (formerly Twitter), told her millions of followers that her phone, an iPhone 14 Pro Max, was snatched from her hands abruptly.

They thief my iPhone 14 Max Pro from my hand in Soho,” DJ Cuppy tweeted, heartbroken.

In another post, Cuppy suggested that celebrities in her shoes would’ve gotten a replacement from their fans. She wrote, “So, am I allowed to ask my cupcakes to buy an iPhone 15 Pro Max? Am just asking if I can ask. I swear I’ve seen my mates in Naija receive cars from their fans.”

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