Mr Eazi and beau Temi Otedola have opened up on their plans to have a very intimate wedding ceremony in a new episode of their podcast “How Far.”
Speaking on the podcast, billionaire heiress Temi Otedola revealed that she only expected close family and friends at her wedding.
“Like knowing me if I’m walking around my wedding venue and I’m like I don’t know this person that will annoy me because I’m a very private person. Even for a birthday party, I have to really rock with everyone there.”
She also joked that anyone who wants them to have a big wedding should be ready to pay ten thousand dollars per person or one million dollars for a table.
The couple agreed that they needed only ten close family and friends at their wedding. Noting that their families are made up of private individuals, they revealed that Temi’s dad, billionaire businessman Femi Otedola suggested that they have a small wedding in the house.
Mr Eazi pointed out that he would love to have an afterparty with twenty guests after the wedding ceremony.
Temi Otedola and Mr Eazi got engaged in April 2022. Temi announced her engagement in a 38 seconds clip on her Instagram with the caption just including the infinity sign.
Speaking on The Beat 99.9 “Drive Time” show back in May, Temi explained how she felt about her boo. She said, “It’s not even something about him; I think it’s just a feeling or a sense of peace I can’t feel with anyone else. Feeling like you found your best friend, your person, your soulmate. I don’t know how to describe it; it’s home.”
Describing the feeling of being engaged, she added, “It’s a very nice feeling. So not like proposal cloud 9, which is very nice. I feel like before you start planning for the wedding, you can just enjoy being engaged.”
The couple who have been together for four years have shared with fans breathtakingly beautiful moments from their relationships, from spending time together to trips abroad and their well-known big surprises on either of their birthdays.
How they met
In 2018, Mr Eazi recounted how he met Temi. He said, “I met Temi in London. It was an event; her sister invited me to an event. Her sister was playing at the event, somewhere in Nightbridge, and she said, oh, come out, come out, follow me to this event, so I followed her to the event, and then she was deejaying, and all of a sudden it was just me and Temi sitting down and just watching her.”