'I can't die over a man' - Temi Otedola speaks on life issues

Temi Otedola, the daughter of billionaire business mogul Femi Otedola, has responded to questions by fans on her vlog, where she addressed a range of topics.

While asked what she would take for her worst breakup experience, Temi described herself as a "combat girl".

"I've never been like those you see in the movies where they're in bed crying and eating ice cream. I can't lie; it's never been me. I'm a combat kid in many aspects of my life," the actress said.

"If I'm feeling shitty about something, give me 48 hours. If something like a breakup has happened, I'm that kind of girl who goes out that Friday night. I just like to forget my problems and keep moving.

"I ask myself what I've learned from that situation and what's next. We move. I can't come and die over a man."

Talking about mental health issues, the actress, who played the lead role in Citation, added: "A lot of people deal with depression. I won't say I've ever been completely depressed for months. But have I been in that state? Yes. I probably deal with anxiety much more or intense panic attacks."

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