Teni has released the visuals for her latest raving single ‘Sugar Mummy‘, which has been gaining much traction on the airwaves. The Zanku-anthem, produced by Rexxie finds a belligerent Teni calling out for several challenges as the sugar mummy of the area.
The hilarious and street-themed video is directed by DK and filmed by Priorgold Pictures.
The video opens with Teni back by her goons dealing with an offender in standard street style. She soon finds herself in a supremacy battle against Eniola Badmus who also appears to be an area mama on the streets.
The battle which turns out to be an eating competition finds Teni conceding defeat in no time, as she finds herself no match for Eniola’s munching prowess. The video ends with Eniola Badmus walking away majestically with her due prize, the star boy of the area.
Enjoy this well directed hysterical video.
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By The PGM Club — 3 years ago
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By The PGM Club — 3 years ago
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