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Teni's lookalike causes stir at Lagos Airport

Singer, Teni's street credibility was put to a test at the Muritala Mohammed International Airport Monday, December 16 and you bet she passed glowingly.

Decked in a polkadots Durag over a pair of oversized Tees and baggy joggers, Wunmi Obe, TV Presenter and singer of the T.W.O fame narrated how she was mistaken for the singer in public.

We are reliably informed that the incidence happened at the international wing of the airport between 6:30am and 7:15am.

Recounting her experience, Wunmi regaled her friends on Facebook with her surprise experience. According to the singer, it was the first time she would hear anyone draw a semblance between her and the younger artiste.

She wrote, “Walked to the arrival terminal of the MMIA this morning, and shouts of “Teni!” rent the air.. I wonder why..🤔”

It is worth stating that Wunmi turned age 50 on July 31 while only few days ago, Teni turned 27. Their 23 years age difference not withstanding, Lagosians at MMIA quickly spotted the striking resemblance between the two.

Perhaps, the crowd could be forgiven as Wunmi matches Teni’s signature boyish looks which includes components such as her famed Durag, oversized tops and baggy-like trousers. Since her music foray, Teni has remained adamant refusing to sexualize her brand against the norm in the industry. This has made her stand out.

Apparently, the crowd at the airport were not alone in the fascination. One of her Facebook friends, Olanrewaju Akanbi wrote, “Big sister is Teni 2.0? Lolz. But seriously, I first thought it was Teni when I saw the pics o 😃”

Similarly, one Alaba Olasunkanmi joked, “sorry ma, those boys don’t know it is Mama Teni and not Teni 🤣😂🤣.”

Wunmi who’s married to Tunde Obe, 51 and together as a band T.W.O (Tunde and Wunmi Obe), they both mesmerized Nigerians with their music in their heydays. Their hit song, Adupe featuring Segun Obe was a national anthem.


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