Early Life and Education
Tony Tetuila, whose real name is Anthony Olanrewaju Awotoye, was born on January 28, 1970, in Lagos, Nigeria. He grew up in the Ajegunle area of Lagos, where he attended primary and secondary schools before proceeding to Olabisi Onabanjo University, where he studied Business Administration.
Tony Tetuila began his music career in the late 1990s as a member of the group The Remedies, alongside Eedris Abdulkareem and Eddy Montana. The group produced hits such as “Shakomo” and “Judile,” which helped to popularize Nigerian hip-hop music.
After the group disbanded, Tony Tetuila launched his solo career in 2001, with his debut album “Morning Time.” The album was a commercial success and produced hit songs such as “My Car,” “E Go Better,” and “Omode Meta.”
Tony Tetuila has since released several other albums, including “2 Women,” “My World,” and “Free Soldier.” He is known for his unique music style, which blends hip-hop with traditional African rhythms.
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Tony Tetuila is married and has children. He is a private person and keeps details of his personal life away from the public eye.
Tony Tetuila’s net worth is estimated to be around $750,000, according to Celebrity Net Worth. In Nigerian Naira, his net worth is approximately ₦288 million, while in Canadian dollar, it is CAD 980,000.
Here is an overview of his net worth in different currencies:
- South Africa Rand: ZAR 9,970,000
- Uganda Shilling: UGX 2,798,043,750
- India Rupee: INR 55,720,000
- Kenya Shilling: KES 105,750,000
Social Media Accounts
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