She made this known in a hot gist on Ndani TV’s ”The Juice” with Bolanle Olukanni.
The “Case” crooner, who talked about her childhood days in her polygamous family, added that her sister, Niniola, coached and helped her musical career.
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Teni had once shared what birthed one of her hit songs “Uyo Meyo.”
She said “Uyo Meyo” was a song that came from the bottom of her heart.
The 26-year-old stated that the song came from expressing gratitude to God for the completion of her programme after it took her seven years to graduate from university.
She said, “I was just in my car driving to graduation and on my way to graduation, I was listening to a song I had and I called the producer and said send me the beat because the beat was so spiritual and I just started freestyling in my car and that’s just how ‘Uyo Meyo’ came out.”
As part of her successes, the singer was made an ambassador of a commercial bank in Nigeria.
Teni had assured her fans that sooner or later she would be filling up Wembley stadium.
“Wait till I fill up Wembley,” she wrote.