Tiwa Savage slams journalist for saying her brand is struggling

Nigeria’s music star Tiwa Savage has responded to a journalist identified as Motolani who earlier gave a personal music review about her Celia album.

Tiwa Savage

Recall that the album was released on August 27, 2020, and has since received both positive and negative comments from music lovers.


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Surprisingly, the editor went real hard as he describes her brand as struggling and even her endorsement as Mungo Parking.

In his words;

“Tiwa Savage’s struggling brand and her hilarious endorsement of ‘Mungo Parking’”

The article was published by Motolani not long after TIME Magazine named the singer’s recent body of work as one of the 10 best albums of 2020.

While sharing the link to his review via Twitter, the cruel writer describes the singer’s inclusion in the UK magazine’s list as “Mungo Parking”, a term for achievement attained through “paid promotion, misinformation and/or ignorance”.

Tiwa Savage responding to his review of the acknowledgment her album received from the foreign media, said what the Nigerian journalist wrote was pure evil.

“I’m glad you know it’s YOU guys I was talking about. “Because say I quiet no mean say I be fool” – don’t try and turn nigerian media against me to hide your guilty conscience. Ask all the media houses I have great relationships with them. What you did with this is pure EVIL.”

She also stated clearly that her brand isn’t struggling and that even her son bagged more money than the whole company.

She also did a throwback of when the journalist visited her at home and asked her for a photo.

The ‘koroba’ crooner exposed that major Nigerian record labels didn’t agree to sign her at the beginning of her career, hence she created one with her former manager and ex-husband, Teebillz.


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