In a recent interview, Grammy-winning Nigerian singer Tems opened up about her most daring and perilous adventure – a heart-stopping skydiving experience that left her questioning her life choices.
When asked about the most dangerous thing she’s ever done, Tems shared the adrenaline-pumping memory, stating, “The most dangerous thing I’ve ever done is jump out of a plane.
I don’t even know how high, but I went skydiving once. And I think for a second I was like, ‘Am I dying? I don’t know who sent me to do this. I don’t know why I decided to do this but here I am falling.’”
The captivating story unfolded when Tems’ uncle convinced her and her cousins to take the plunge. Initially drawn to the idea of being a daredevil, Tems found herself in the plane second-guessing her decision. “I will just stay in the plane,” she thought, only to realize there was no turning back. “They pushed us out,” she revealed, highlighting the impulsive nature of the daring escapade.
This revelation not only sheds light on the Grammy-winner’s adventurous side but also adds a humorous touch to the interview as Tems reflects on the unexpected thrill of free-falling from the sky. The story captures a moment of vulnerability and spontaneity, showcasing a different facet of the artist’s personality beyond her musical achievements.
As Tems continues to conquer new heights in her career, this candid revelation about her skydiving experience provides fans with a delightful glimpse into the fearless spirit that defines her both on and off the stage.