The Luxurious And Glamorous Lives Of The Otedola Sisters


As daughters of billionaire businessman Femi Otedola, Cuppy, Temi and Tolani live a life of unimaginable glamour and luxury.

Famously breaking the internet in September 2020 by sharing pictures of the three new Ferraris daddy bought them, the girls are regarded as one of the most popular and privileged celebrity countries in Nigeria.

When it was time to pick out colours for their luxury whips, Cuppy stayed on theme by picking a pink one, Temi   honoured her signature minimalist aesthetic with a brown one While Tolani chose a blue Ferrari.

So scroll down for a  look into the soft lives of the Otedola girls:

Cuppy – Florence Otedola

The most high-profile of the three, she burst into the limelight as a DJ in 2013 and has since  parlayed it into a successful singing career.

Her social media pages are filled with pictures from some of the coolest parties in the world, trips to exotic locations, and loads of designer shoes and bags.

I mean, who can forget her 2020 forget offending in Fendi campaign which saw the billionaire heiress making headlines by dressing in head to toe Fendi for several months straight.

Temi Otedola

She’s now a successful actress with starring roles in Kunle Afolayan’s “Citation” and “The Man for the Job” by Niyi Akinmolayan, but some of Temi’s oldest fans will remember her as a fashion blogger who got her start with JTO Fashion.

Just Temi Otedola Fashion, in case you were wondering.

Not that the 26-year-old has abandoned her fashion roots though, as the pictures on her Instagram page show.

When she’s not filming, Temi likes to go on trips around the world with her fiancé, singer, Mr Eazi who proposed on the set of his music video in Milan.

Tolani

The oldest and most private of three, very little is known about the publicity shy   36-year-old who is also an artist like Cuppy.

She shares a glimpse of live on Instagram though, posting pictures of herself in the studio or hanging out with her family. 

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