Teniola Apata aka Sugar mummy or Teni Makanaki, featured on the new episode of Channels TV‘s “Rubbin’ Minds” hosted by Ebuka Obi-Uchendu and she disclosed what to expect of her in music this decade.
The 27-year-old entertainer revealed that her sister, Niniola, taught her to sing, and she always looked up to her before she finally broke into the music industry.
When it comes to her fashion sense, Teni doesn’t care what people think about her appearance or the perception that she’s a feminist (of which she was trolled for on social media), the only thing important to her is making good music.
The ‘Billionaire’ singer said she would be dropping another album this 2020 which will feature Niniola and maybe an international artist.
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