Tiwa Savage, a well-known Nigerian musician, claims she is being blackmailed over a sex video.
The sonorous vocalist revealed that she and her present beau are included in the sex tape.
During an interview with American OAP Angie Martinez of Power 105.1, the ace vocalist revealed this. Tiwa added that her lover is also concerned over the circumstance when she spoke about it.
“I was leaving a radio station yesterday and was in my car when my road manager sent me a message,” she explained.
“When I got off the phone, the first thing I did was send it to my manager and ask what we should do.”
“At this point, the person is requesting money.” The person I’m dating is also becoming insane.
“My boss inquired as to how much the individual is seeking.”
The singer further stated that she will not pay those who are blackmailing her for ‘doing something natural.’
“I opted not to pay the individual because if I did, you would return two months, three months, or perhaps two years later.
“Who knows, maybe if I provide the money, they’ll release it.” I’m not going to be blackmailed because I did something natural.”
The singer went on to say that she will not pay her blackmailers a dollar. Because she is ‘that psychotic,’ Savage suggested that she may distribute the video herself.
“There’s a part of me that doesn’t want to pay the individual. That is what irritates me the most. If you want to put it out, go ahead and do so. I’m so insane that I think I can put it out myself. You are not profiting from my business. This was a private moment between me and someone I’m dating. My boyfriend isn’t famous; he’s just a regular guy whose entire business is going to be revealed.
“He’s more concerned about me since he knows I’ll be the one who suffers the most. My mother and son were forced to witness it. I’m going to discuss it with my son.
“For me, it’s when he’s around 15 and someone is disrespectful to him on the playground, and they mention the tape.” I need to support him.”
The video was not from her team, according to the Afrobeats queen; rather, it was unintentionally put on Snapchat by her partner, who quickly erased it when he realized his mistake. It was, however, too late.
“It is not from someone who works closely with me,” she explained.
“What occurred was that the person did it on Snap and accidentally shared it, but he swiftly removed it.”
“However, it was intercepted before he could erase it.” It’s only a few seconds long, but it’s me. It’ll be out there, and I can already see the memes. I only found out about it yesterday. Last night, I couldn’t sleep.
“We tried to hold them off, but I later decided to take control of the story.” I’m not ashamed of it; this is someone I’m dating; I’m not cheating on him, and he’s not cheating on me. We’ve reached adulthood.
“It’s unbelievable that this is happening to me.” I pity my supporter because they will have to continue to defend me.
“I can turn off my phone or have someone manage my account so that I don’t see it; but, my admirers will feel compelled to defend me.”
“I’d rather that my fans ignore it.”