Singer Tiwa Savage is to perform at socialite Obi Cubana’s Abuja Hustle and Bustle nightclub on December 12.

The 41-year-old revealed this in an Instagram post on Thursday.

“ABJ I owe you an amazing performance. 12th of dec with hustle and bustle. I know there are big ballers in ABJ but I see my Queens holding it, so it’s all about my sexy ladies on the 12th,” she said.

The club also confirmed the date on its Instagram page.

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Hustle and Bustle only recently reopened after it was shut for two weeks over the death of a female clubber. The club said in a statement that the clubber “tripped and fell” some metres to the car park and lost consciousness. It added that she died on the way to the hospital.

Reports, however, had said the clubber was electrocuted.

Remember, Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage, has been making the rounds on social media since her controversial tape suddenly surfaced online on Monday evening.

The singer had a couple of weeks ago claimed someone blackmailed her after obtaining the video of herself and her partner, Abolo Beckham, making out via the social media platform, SnapChat.

Savage said the blackmailer sent the video to her team and demanded money.

After trying initially to downplay the incident, she came out with her own narrative since her partner knew about it.

Her revelation expectedly drew mixed reactions from Nigerians at the time.

The video had also elicited responses from Nigerians since it came out.

A Nollywood actress, Sonia Ogiri, was one of those who saw the video.

She said: “Dear young girls. Please choose wisely your path. Dear @tiwasavage we love you, your songs and have supported you all these years. But this is unacceptable behaviour from you.

“Dear women, please desist from s– recording either with a boyfriend or even husband. Anything can happen tomorrow and it might be used against your interest.

“For those of you that will call me clout chasing, I hope you see beyond clout because it won’t put more dollars in my account or put my son in a better school than he is now.”