“Cost Money To Look Like Me,” Teni Reveals & Shares Her Newly Achieved Figure 

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Nigerian singer and songwriter Teniola Apata, better known as Teni, has taken to Instagram to share some new interesting photos which captured a trimer figure of her after a weight loss journey that took several months.

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Captioning the photos she dumped on her millions of fans, she wrote; “Cost money to look like me”. The singer was spotted in some of the photos with Broda Shaggi and singer, Phyno.

Teni Undergoes Body Transformation

Teni recently reacted to reports of undergoing body surgery to lose weight.

Just like actress Eniola Badmus, Teni’s sudden weight loss has become a subject of discussion for many.

While many praised her new look, others questioned her need to go under the knife.

Reacting via her Twitter page, Teni shut down the reports.

She attributed her new look to weight loss and not surgery, as many assume.

She revealed that she had lost 75 pounds without surgery.

“Lost 75 pounds no surgery! Dumb asses claiming I did can s*k mine!”.

Teni isn’t the only public figure or celebrity who has undergone body transformation.

Eniola Badmus Shares Stunning Body Transformation

Last year, Eniola Badmus received a massive headlines over her body transformation.

There were reports that Eniola Badmus went through a gastric sleeve surgical process in Turkey to have her body weight reduced.

The screen goddess reportedly visited a cosmetic surgery hospital in turkey where she had a good percentage of her tummy removed and her waistline adjusted, and small touches in other areas.

The Doctor, who is good at what he does, didn’t make it so obvious, and the new Eniola still looks breathtaking, especially her tummy.

Further reports also revealed that she also did a gastric bypass to control her food intake.

Opening up on why she went for the gastric bypass surgery in Turkey, Eniola disclosed that she couldn’t control her intake of food.

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