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Speed Darlington Insists Mr Eazi Used ‘Jazz’ On Temi Otedola

Erica

As this is a season of love, it is also rather expected for a bit of jealousy and envy to be flung around here and there too; especially on social media, or in the case of Nigeria's very own Speed Darlington, Instagram in particular.

The US-based Nigerian musical artiste took to his Instagram page, 'Speeddarlingtv', to lament and express his suspicions on Mr Eazi, and his three-year-old relationship with celebrity girlfriend, Temi Otedola, one of the beautiful daughters of Nigerian billionaire, Femi Otedola.

Darlington had no filter over his emotions, as he proceeded to insult Mr Eazi, insisting that the 'Doyin' crooner must have cast some sort of spell over Miss Temi Otedola to make her fall in love with his underachieved self.

He went further to request for the source of Mr Eazi’s Voodoo, as he would also like to get some to use on the elder sister since all his effort to woo the International Disk Jockey have proven abortive.

The Nigerian rap artiste reposted a loved up Thriller video of the adorable couple to his 84.9k followers on Instagram and wrote,

"Bro seriously which country is your voodoo priest in? I’m willing to blow 100,000 naira on a voodoo priest to help me land a rich man daughter eating off my hands. What is it you got that she can’t get enough of? Relevancy is like 1000 miles away from you and she still stay even though you are on nobodies list. How many songs have you drop this year my friend already dropped two I have dropped one another one coming on my birthday three weeks from now. I am trying so hard to see your hotness it’s very hard. I have been giving signal to the older sister and still refuse to receive it I’m running out of shots to shoot so I have to resort to voodoo Priest; I must tie one of them.”

The couple, whose bond keeps growing strong in their third year together despite all of the rumours and backlash from the public, is yet to respond to Speedy’s absurd accusations.

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