Tiwa Savage afer hit song video ‘fever’ with wizkid has come out to state her regrets after clap backs from fans over nudeness on the video,She said “My biggest failure was exposing my private part too much.“There will always be speculation, but by addressing it, you are adding more fuel to the fire.“I now choose not to address anything,” she added.
Nigerian music act, Tiwa Savage, has expressed regrets over her failed marriage and why she ever made her marital challenges public.Recall that Tiwa’s 2-year-old marriage to Tunji Balogun, aka Teebillz literally went sour after Teebillz’s rant on Instagram where she was accused of infidelity.
The mother of one had granted a 45 minutes tell-it-all interview in which she made shocking revelations about her husband.Speaking with Elle South Africa magazine, the ‘Kele Kele love’ crooner talked about how her private life was recently subjected to public scrutiny.
She said “My biggest failure was exposing my private life too much.“There will always be speculation, but by addressing it, you are adding more fuel to the fire.“I now choose not to address anything,” she added.
Sensational Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage, was recently, featured in the latest issue of Elle, a South Africa magazine with headline, “Keeping Up With Tiwa” where she admitted that she regrets exposing her marital crisis to the public.
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In the interview, the mother of one whose marriage to her manager turned hubby, Tunde Balogun met with troubled waters months back said : “My biggest failure was exposing my private life too much. There will always be speculation, but by addressing it, you are adding more fuel to the fire. I now choose not to address anything.”
Tiwa also dropped more hints about her deal with Roc Nation; she said, “We are finalising the details with his company, and it is an amazing opportunity for any artist, particularly, a woman, because traditionally, such global parts have largely been enjoyed by the male artists.
“I’m so honoured it has happened to me. And while it may mean, as a woman, I need to work 10 times harder to make things happen, I am fine with that. My approach is: do what it takes”.
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