Popular Nigerian songstress Tiwa Savage’s alleged ѕєχтαρє has gone viral. The 10 second clip shows the Nigerian star in a compromising situation.

In a radio interview, Tiwa revealed that the video was lɛakɛd by an unspecified individual who was trying to extort her.

“My road manager sent me a video on my phone and asked me to check it out,” she said. According to her, she identified the video as that of her and her current boyfriend.

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Tiwa Savage latest news

I asked where did you get this?” She reveals that the fraudster demanded some amount of money.”I thought to myself that it would be unfair for me to bow to someone who is trying to blackmail with the intent to extort me.”

Asked how the video got into the wrong hands, Tiwa Savage said her boyfriend accidentally posted it on Snapchat before quickly deleting it. She suspects that the video was downloaded before it could be deleted.

The problem is once you pay them off, it becomes a recurrent and never ending habit since they’re still in position of the video. The individuals keep swindling you down to your knees without mercy.” Tiwa insists that she was not ready to lose an exaggerated amount of money to put out an Internet moment captured with the person she is currently dating opting to face her demons and explain to his family the ordeal.

“Sadly, I lost my dad a while back so he will not be a part of this but I will have to explain it to my mother and son. For my son, I might have to wait a bit longer until he is a bit older and in his mid teens since I’m aware some disgruntled character may still be out there trying to approach him as a way of bullying,” she said.

Tiwa Savage and her management team decided to go ahead of the narrative with an explainer before the story lɛakɛd entirely. “I’m not ashamed of it. It’s with the person I’m dating and none of us are cheating. We are all grown ups caught in an awkward situation,” she said.

“I look at the video and be like why now because this is so embarrassing at a time when the music is so good and my expanding fanbase may judge me. I know it will be there forever with different memes to it but what to do in a wicked world,” she pondered.

Tiwa Savage just released her latest jam Somebody’s Son featuring America’s RnB sensation Brandy. In just 5 days, the video had surpassed 5 million views on YouTube.

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Man puts himself up for sale Because Of Hardship Life And The Bad Economy Of Nigeria.

NIGERIA – A 26-year-old man from Kaduna State identified as Aliyu Na Idris, has put up himself up for sale in Kano.

The man said to be a tailor, has reportedly been roaming the streets of Kano, carrying a placard that reads “This man is for sale for N20 million.”

The young man has been on the streets for five days looking for who will buy him and he told Daily Trust that he did that because of hardship.

He disclosed that he initially presented himself for sale in Kaduna, but moved to Kano after he couldn’t find a buyer.

Aliyu said;

“Even though many people have offered me various prices of N10m, N5m and N300,000 in Kano, I refused because the amount is less than what I expected.”

He noted that since his tailoring business failed due to the financial crisis, making him lose his customers and becoming financially handicapped, he decided to present himself for sale at N20m only because he has no other means of survival.

On what he will do with the money, Aliyu said;

“I will give my parents N10m; I will give N5m as tax to the state where I was bought, the person who helped in advertising me will be rewarded with N2m while the remaining N3m will be kept for me under the care of the person who buys me for my daily upkeep.”

Admitting that he knows he will lose his freedom if bought, he added that he is ready to face whatever comes off his decision. Aliyu also said if nobody buys him in Kano, he would move to another state to sell himself.