Nigerian song celebrity, Tiwa Savage has come to the defense of her colleagues and industry as she spoke back to popular Nigerian PR guru, Bizzle Osikoya who threw jabs at Nigerian artist for not making an investment of their tune after posting a video of Cardi B explaining how she worked tirelessly to get to where she is now.

Nigerian song celebrity, Tiwa Savage has come to the defense of her colleagues and industry as she spoke back to popular Nigerian PR guru, Bizzle Osikoya who threw jabs at Nigerian artist for not making an investment of their tune after posting a video of Cardi B explaining how she worked tirelessly to get to where she is now.

Nigerian song celebrity, Tiwa Savage has come to the defense of her colleagues and industry as she spoke back to popular Nigerian PR guru, Bizzle Osikoya who threw jabs at Nigerian artist for not making an investment of their tune after posting a video of Cardi B explaining how she worked tirelessly to get to where she is now.

He captioned the post with:

Nigerian artist don’t do shows in United Kingdom or US, everyone is completely blown. They don’t recognize their blowing, is just in the African network. If you want to enlarge your fan base, you need to make sacrifices and investment.

Tiwa Savage didn’t seem to trust the post and determined to respond to his accusations whilst additionally revealing the capacity Nigerian artistes do to push their work to another level.

“Wow @Bizzle two sides to every story. You are always talking about Nigerian artists not promoting their shoes, Nigerian artists not doing this or that, but you manage artiste and you should know better than to generalize and always put blame on the artiste. Many artistes do invest everything back into their craft, work long hours creating music only to have to pay for their music to be played on various platforms. So many things I can touch on but not enough characters on IG. You can post this video and encourage us artiste and not always bring us down. Because its this same artist you celebrate when they achieve milestones internationally and usually with no help but themselves and their managers. The world is looking at us now, let’s not divide. We all need each other so let’s stop creating division between DJs, promoters, artists etc,” Tiwa said.

I think she is already putting into use the advice Yemi Alade gave.

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