Temi Otedola Shakes Up The Internet With Her Sensuous Dance (WATCH)

11 months ago by: success Xenab
-- (m) at 22-08-2019 11:12PM

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Temi Otedola is currently on social media after sharing rare footage of herself dancing seductively while Gelato soundtrack plays in the background.

She went on to ask for people’s opinions to ascertain if her dance step has improved and fans while taking to her comment section have hailed her dance step as lit.

Watch the video below:


What Temi Otedola wrote on her page:
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have my dancing skills improved yet? (this song is a big mood)


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-- Baye77 (m) at 23-08-2019 12:12AM
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"Sensuous..." Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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-- victorstic1 (m) at 23-08-2019 01:19AM
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has not have , has my dancing  not have
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-- nonsovin (m) at 23-08-2019 03:15AM
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English murderer!!
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-- ficull (m) at 23-08-2019 03:33AM
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Everything nah news for here
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-- delesquare (m) at 23-08-2019 04:20AM
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It is not "has", It is Have. I thought she should use has initially, but the verb have is plural and it is referring to skills. "Has" would have been the right verb if she says "has my dancing skill improved?"
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-- allenspike (m) at 23-08-2019 04:40AM
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Wolar, Taraz, hmmm-hmmm,  hun-hunz
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-- Spurs01 (f) at 23-08-2019 06:05AM
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Quote from: delesquare on 23-08-2019 04:20AM
It is not "has", It is Have. I thought she should use has initially, but the verb have is plural and it is referring to skills. "Has" would have been the right verb if she says "has my dancing skill improved?"


She’s referring to a singular subject (herself). Therefore it should be “has” not “have”. Have refers to plural subjects.
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-- victorstic1 (m) at 23-08-2019 06:40AM
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Quote from: delesquare on 23-08-2019 04:20AM
It is not "has", It is Have. I thought she should use has initially, but the verb have is plural and it is referring to skills. "Has" would have been the right verb if she says "has my dancing skill improved?"
wrong wrong wrong
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-- victorstic1 (m) at 23-08-2019 06:40AM
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Quote from: Spurs01 on 23-08-2019 06:05AM

She’s referring to a singular subject (herself). Therefore it should be “has” not “have”. Have refers to plural subjects.
cool
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-- maxzy277 (m) at 23-08-2019 08:48AM
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You try jare Omo Baba Olowo Cool
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-- delesquare (m) at 23-08-2019 08:50AM
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I don't need to argue with anyone about her syntax use, but have is the proper verb, and it is referring to the word "skills."
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-- delesquare (m) at 23-08-2019 08:51AM
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Quote from: victorstic1 on 23-08-2019 06:40AM
wrong wrong wrong
. I don't need to argue with anyone about her syntax use, but have is the proper verb, and it is referring to the word "skills."
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-- ignis99 (m) at 23-08-2019 09:30AM
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Thank God for money ooo I no fit talk again ..monkey no fine him mana still like am like that ...
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-- Makodama (m) at 23-08-2019 11:32AM
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Quote from: victorstic1 on 23-08-2019 01:19AM
has not have , has my dancing  not have
Bros take it easy O!English is not our language,so don't feel ashamed of yourself for trying to "wrong" the "right English".It's not perculiar to only you sha,majority of Nigerians on social media do not know how to use words like "has","have","they","there","their","no","know","cause","curse","course" etc.
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-- Doyourworst (m) at 23-08-2019 11:59AM
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Na your kpomo I want. No more, no less. Lol.
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