Tems, the Nigerian music star, has been diagnosed with reflux laryngitis, which she revealed to her fans via Instagram. Tems said she was diagnosed with the condition after her final performance in a post on Tuesday. She went on to say that she would have to take a sabbatical from music and that all of her scheduled gigs had been postponed due to the doctor’s orders.
Reflux laryngitis is a condition in which acid or other chemicals from your stomach irritate the back of your throat.
“It kills my heart to say this, but there’s no other option for me,” she wrote. I’m not in the best of moods right now.
“I was diagnosed with Reflux laryngitis after my last performance, and I’ll have to take some time off to protect what’s left of my voice.”
“I had to postpone the two gigs this week due to doctor’s orders: the Birmingham show on June 15th and the first London show on July 17th.”
She expressed regret to her followers and promised that alternative dates for both events will be revealed soon.
“Every ticket is still valid!” Please accept my heartfelt apologies once more. I apologize for the inconvenience, but by the grace of God, I promise to return better than before. Then I’ll put on the best performance for you.
“I appreciate everyone’s patience. Tems wrote, “You mean the world to me.”
Tems Early Life And Net Worth?
Temilade Openiyi, better known by her stage name “Tems,” is one of Nigeria’s most recognized and fastest emerging singers, songwriters, and record producers. She rose to prominence when her participation to Wizkid’s blockbuster song “Essence,” which reached number ten on the Hot 100 after being remixed with an additional Justin Bieber cameo, earned her Grammy Award nominations and fame.
Temilade Openiyi was born in Lagos, Nigeria, on June 11, 1995. Tems’ family moved to the United Kingdom from Nigeria as soon as she was born. Her parents divorced when she was five years old. Her first stop in Nigeria was Ilupeju, after which they moved to Lekki, then Ajah. Tems earned her tertiary education after graduating from Dowen College in South Africa. Her music teacher at school discovered her, and she began learning to play the piano as a result. Her brother’s guitar accompaniment aided her in honing her vocal abilities.
Tems, the well Nigerian singer, songwriter, and record producer, has a net worth of $1 million as of 2022.
Tems has received a Soul Train Music Award and two NAACP Image Awards, and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Global Music Performance. Tems took part in the Future Awards Africa: Class of 2020, which took place on November 8, 2020. On August 13, 2021, Justin Bieber’s appearance in “Essence” lifted the song to the number nine place on the Billboard Hot 100, propelling it to the top of the charts. On September 3, 2021, Drake’s song “Fountains,” off his sixth studio album Certified Lover Boy, debuted at number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100.