Tiwa Savage Replies Blame For Encouraging Prostitution

Tiwa Savage Replies Blame For Encouraging Prostitution

Tiwa Savage Replies Blame For Encouraging Prostitution

If you enjoy good looking female artist, then you can’t miss recognizing the beauty in the black cute looking ebony female Nigerian artist ‘Tiwa Savage’ who happens to be an Award-winning Nigerian musician.

Tiwatope Savage (born 5 February 1980), known professionally as Tiwa Savage, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and actress. Born in Isale Eko she relocated to London at the age of 11 for her secondary education. Some years on, she began her music career with backup vocals for artists such as George Michael, etc. She signed a publishing deal in 2009 with Sony/ ATV Music Publishing after participating in the  UK edition of X Factor .

Tiwa Savage has sung a whole lot of music like, All Over, Attention, one, lova lova and so many more. Recently, Tiwa sang another track titled ‘Koroba’. This track went seriously viral to an extent you will hear kids sing it. You will even find many girls using it for video content on social media.

Tiwa Savage Replies Blame For Encouraging Prostitution

Many argue that this track sang by Tiwa is an encouragement to the youths promoting them to be prostitutes as the lyrics say.

I no come this life to suffer
If I follow politician
You go hear am for paper
Them go call am prostitutionWho no like enjoyment?
If money dey for pocket
Shebi na national budget o?
We go blow am like trumpet

People have been complaining and Tiwa has been giving depth ears to it all but couldn’t keep doing that as she finally replies to this one which says ” Since Tiwa Savage KOROBA first verse is aiding and abetting prostitution…. Let’s wait for those who look up to that song goes beyond her imagination.

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Tiwa Replies ” Let me break down the msg of the song to you sir- we crucify young women for going after rich politicians for their money, calling them prostitutes but we dont call out the politicians. Hence the line ” money we you no work for” we should hold them accountable too.

So this is to say perhaps her song was a revenge to simply state that everyone like free money.

Tiwa Savage Replies Blame For Encouraging Prostituition
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