“You have a son, stop influencing young girls” – Tiwa Savage called out for addressing leaked s3x tape in new song


Tiwa Savage has been chastised for addressing her leaked sex tape issue in her new song.

Tiwa Savage rehashed her 2021 sex tape incident in a new song named ‘Loaded,’ featuring Asake, according to Creebhills.

Tiwa Savage, a 42-year-old single mother of one, sang in response to her leaked sex tape that the controversy would not ruin her life.

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“They planned against me, but sex tape can’t ruin my life,” she sang in Yoruba in the 2:49seconds video directed by TG Omori.

A braless Tiwa further oozed her trademark sex appeal next to Asake in the video which was released at midnight Nigerian time on Tuesday, November 8.

In reaction, controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo took to her IG handle to call out the singer for influencing young girls with her song

Olunloyo who reminded her that she has a son too, told her to desist from singing the song as it will influence young girls negatively.

She wrote:

TIWA SAVAGE’s NEW SONG: 🎶sex tape o le baye mi je (sex tape can’t spoil my life), igadun kekere yen (that small enjoyment)🎶



BUT IT CAN INFLUENCE YOUNG GIRLS TIWA. STOP SINGING ABOUT IT #ChrislandScandal

You have a son‼️

Jam Jam: Play my mom’s new song at your birthday 🎂 🎉party🎶

CLASSMATES: Your mommy’s small enjoyment sex tape👀

Creebhills recalls that Tiwa Savage, in an interview with New York’s Power 105.1 FM revealed that she’s currently being blackmailed over a sex tape with her current lover.

The shocking revelation left many people with several reactions after they pointed out many discrepancies in the interview.

According to the divorced mother of one, she will not allow anyone to extort her over that.



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