According to speculations, Tiwa Savage reportedly lost 4 endorsement deals with Glo, Pampers, others over the recent sex tape scandal.
Popular Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage may have lost some endorsements deals and have her public image damaged as she battles a scandal that has sparked controversy on social media.
On Wednesday, social media was agog, following the release of a sex tape allegedly involving the singer and her boyfriend.
Tiwa had earlier in an interview with American OAP, Angie Martinez of Power 105.1, raised the alarm that she was being blackmailed by an unknown person with a sex tape
She had expressed concerns about what the blackmailer could do with the clip even as she claimed that the video was accidentally posted on Snapchat by her lover, who immediately deleted it.
Although she maintained that she would not pay a dime to the blackmailer, Tiwa feared that the intimate clip could negatively affect her career and public image.
Some Nigerians who doubted the singer opined that the alleged sex tape ‘scandal was a publicity stunt for her now a released remix of ‘Somebody’s son” ft Brandy.
But Tiwa Savage stated that those saying it was a publicity stunt were merely disappointed that she was able to control the narrative and not allow the ‘blackmailer’ destroy her.
However, Tiwa’s alleged sex tape was eventually released. The blackmailer released the tape in the dead of Tuesday night and by morning, it had already taken over every gossip corner.
Fans were stunned when the singer’s intimate moment with her lover was seen. The girl in the sex tape had a striking resemblance to the ‘Koroba crooner, many argued.
With the social media space thrown into a fresh noise, Tiwa who seemed not bothered showed off the diamond-encrusted wristwatch she purchased.
Many have condemned the blackmailer for releasing the footage while others chide the songstress who is not a stranger to controversies for being careless.
Condemning the actions, some Nigerians said the clip was released because she bragged about ‘controlling the narrative’.