The Queen of Afrobeat Music Tiwatope Savage, popularly known as Tiwa Savage and fondly called Mama jam jam and NO1ABG is currently being dragged on Twitter for calling out Beyonce to help use her platform to make awareness on what’s happening in Nigeria.
Tiwa who in the video she made, said she get backlash and as well blacklisted, truly she was dragged by the hives but her soldiers came through for her. After a while, Beyonce showed support to the end Sars movement after the lekki massacre that happened at the protest ground. Some Nigerians appreciated her but she still got dragged for speaking up too late.
It seems this got to her mother, as her mother slams Tiwa Savage saying “Beyonce isn’t your political leader” she also referred to Tiwa Savage as ‘the other lady’. Nigerians Stood by Tiwa Savage on Twitter after Tina Knowles who is Beyonce’s Mother slammed her.
Tiwa replied to a post talking about what Beyonce’s Mother said, and she replied with “we all have mothers”. Twitter users have been dragging both Beyonce, her mother and Tiwa Savage. This is because some support Tiwa’s action while some didn’t.
But the rate at which Nigerians supported Tiwa Savage really shows they love their Queen and she did the right by by asking for help, that is asking Beyonce to use her platform to make the awareness.
Grace said “Black is purple, I just wished she didn’t have to use her mom’s account to spend the message”
@savemodred said “it’s only right that she asked for a voice in return, what’s the buzz about Beyonce’s mother calling her out, I blame our government for making our artist look like they are begers to these people”
@mercy said “I love your confidence my queen Tiwa, you are brave, intelligent and smart. We just needed some bigger voices, but from the look of things, when it comes to Africa, we are strictly on our own”
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What do you think about this? Did Tiwa go too far for using her platform to tell Beyonce to help make awareness of the situation in Nigeria, don’t forget Beyonce wasn’t the only person she called.