Nigerian singer, Teni, has opened up on how she was raised, her late dad and her views on feminism and being a woman in the industry.
In an interview shared by Chudeity on Instagram, the singer who received a lot of bashing for her tweet on feminism about a year ago stated that people misunderstood her tweet.
She noted that she was from a family where women were in control and took charge of different businesses successfully after her father’s death.
Defining feminism, Teni stated that it is a lifestyle and movement to her, and she is all for men and women getting decent treatment as humans.
The billionaire crooner also stated that women need to take charge because they are capable and it is not fair that women have to work extra harder than men to be successful or recognised.
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Using colleague, Tiwa Savage as an example, she said:
“Look at Tiwa Savage, do you know how many years this woman has done this over and over again? Do you know the hardwork she had to put in? So I just feel like women do have to work ten times harder. I don’t know why.
I think parents need to raise their children better: teach them not to discriminate, to see people as people, not gender, not sexuality, but as human beings.”
She also spoke on her father’s