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Model Oluchi Criticizes Temi Otedola for Claiming to Be L'Oréal's First African Ambassador

Supermodel Oluchi Onweagba has corrected Temi Otedola for proclaiming herself as the first ambassador for L’Oréal Paris from Nigeria and Africa.

This occurred soon after Temi Otedola, the billionaire’s daughter, was named the brand’s first African ambassador.

Oluchi Onweagba took to Instagram to clarify the truth about Temi Otedola’s statement.

The supermodel provided evidence to support her claim that she is the first Nigerian to serve as an ambassador for L’Oréal Paris.

Oluchi published an old photo of herself posing for the brand, claiming to be the rightful owner of the achievement. While throwing shades, the supermodel wrote: “LEGITIMATE TBT FIRST NIGERIAN REMAINS FIRST FOREVER. NOT A LOUD SPEAKER BUT COUNT ON ME TO SHOW YOU ALL RECEIPTS.”

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