Temi Otedola Debuts Red Hair As She Goes Braless In A Black Crotchet Top


Nollywood actress Temi Otedola has unveiled her brand new red hair colour.

The 26-year-old debuted her fiery locks on Instagram Thursday, going braless in a black crotchet top with strategically placed embroidery.


Temi Otedola red hair

Temi, who’s engaged to singer Mr Eazi, recently opened up about her family and her relationship with her sister, Cuppy who is a DJ and an artist.


“One thing with Cuppy is that she doesn’t care, and in fact, she always loves it when people are upset with what she does. At the end of the day, she’s like, ‘This is not your life, and she does whatever she wants whenever she wants,’ like she just dances to the beat of her own drum.

My sister inspired me to just go after what I wanted. I didn’t even know if I would even be where I am if I didn’t have a sister like that. I just looked up to her so much when I was a young teenager.

“And she was the school cafeteria DJ from a young age.And that definitely instilled in me that you would keep on trying and trying till it stuck.

My sister has set a very high standard. I mean, she’s doing her Master’s in Oxford now. It’s good to have someone who just keeps setting the bar and inspiring me to be a better person,” she told the Beat FM.

Temi Otedola red hair

When asked about what it was like growing up in a famous family like hers, the “Citation” star explained that she didn’t realize how popular her family until well into her teenage years.


Temi Otedola red hair

“To be honest, I didn’t realize it until I was a teenager, and I mainly realized it when people wanted to be friends with me for the wrong reasons. They have nothing to do with me, but they just want to be my friends.

But my childhood was very much like quote on quote normal. Me and my parents are very close now, like we are all super close. Like when we were young , my parents were strict, like, we didn’t go out, we couldn’t do anything, we didn’t do all these crazy parties or crazy presents, or anything, so my childhood felt very normal, but it was very difficult from my own perspective.”

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