NEWS IN ENTERTAINMENT I had to steal food because I was so poor and miserable. Tems, a singer, discusses her difficulties
September 23, 2022
Tens, a rapidly emerging artist also known as Temilade Openinyi, has discussed her past adversities.
The singer of “Try me” told up about coping with extreme poverty in an emotional interview with British GQ.
The 27-year-old claimed that in order to survive, she had to steal food. She claimed that when she was in need of food, she would either steal it or go to her aunt’s house to acquire it.
Tems said, “I never thought I was pretty or had a nice voice. I had little self-esteem.”
“There were moments when I was hopelessly broke in addition to being broke. I once stole food. I used to only visit my aunt’s place to get meals to take home from her.
I simply thought, “What good am I here for right now?” You must keep those moments in mind. because that individual is no longer alive.
I had no sense of self-worth. I didn’t believe I was attractive. My voice was nothing in my mind, not even a thought. I merely thought. There are a lot of individuals who can sing; I don’t dance, and I’m not a model, but I’ll take any opportunity I can get. I’ll be the best under-the-bridge singer ever, even if I wind up performing anywhere.
According to Kemi Filani news, Tems shared a painful memory from her life before fame when she released a rare photo of her mother.
Tems claimed that she and her mother had a difficult time in life and that one of those instances had her mother being attacked by someone who broke into their home and threatened her with a knife. And at one time in their difficult lives, she abandoned her job and asked her mother for permission to pursue a career in music, which completely transformed their lives.
Tems continued by saying that one of her popular songs, “Mr. Rebel,” will be dedicated to her mother.
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