Tiwa Savage And Her Fans Drag Journalist For Tagging Her Brand As ‘Struggling’

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Nigeria Journalist, Motolani Alake over the weekend published an op-ed about pop star Tiwa Savage‘s music career, and might have made a mistake on his choice of words and approach in general.

Alake who did a music review about her album, Celia, described the singer’s brand as “struggling”, hoping to start a harmless conversation with their music-savvy followers.

The article titled, “Tiwa Savage’s struggling brand and her hilarious endorsement of ‘Mungo Parking’” was featured on Pulse Nigeria after TIME Magazine named the singer’s recent album as one of the ten best albums of 2020.

In the article, Alake described Tiwa’s recent inclusion in TIME’s Best 10 Albums of 2020 as “Mungo Parking”, a term which means a feat achieved through “Paid promotion, misinformation and/or ignorance”.

 

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Apparently, the editorial published by Pulse did not go down well with the ‘Attention’ singer and her die-hard fans, as she took to her Twitter to air her opinion about the popular journalist and his media house.

“Because say I quiet no mean say I be fool – don’t try and turn Nigerian media against me to hide your guilty conscience. Ask all the media houses I have great relationships with them. What you did with this is pure EVIL,” she wrote.

 

She followed up with another tweet stating that her little son Jamal has made more money than Alake and the entire company he works for. “You know how to diss out but you no fit take am when someone speaks up. Struggling brand ke. Even my son bagged more money than your whole company @OneMotolani @PulseNigeria247.”

Still furious, Savage reminded Alake of his first interview in her house and how the journalist begged for a picture. She wrote: “Guy you came to my house to do an interview then you asked for pictures. Bitch you are a fan. fuck you @onemotolani.”

Still furious, Savage reminded Alake of his first interview in her house and how the journalist begged for a picture. She wrote: “Guy you came to my house to do an interview then you asked for pictures. Bitch you are a fan. fuck you @onemotolani.”

The internet was left divided over the music star’s reaction to the critique. Some Twitter users have agreed with the editorial. Others felt that Savage’s response was necessary.

Alake has not personally commented on the matter since the article was published on Sunday.

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