MAVIN FIRST LADY TIWA SAVAGE IS OUR WOMAN CRUSH WEDNESDAY #107

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Hey Lovelies

The name Tiwa Savage is known across Africa and in diaspora. The songstress and first lady of Mavin records is definitely having a really good year.

The singer is an epitome of a strong African woman for several reasons; one she followed her dreams and didn’t relent and finally she was rewarded with greatness which started from the release of her hit single “Kele Kele Love”. Of cause she has her second half to thank for believing in her and pushing her towards the successful throne.

The queen of song signed a management and distribution deal with ROC nations last year, early on the year she signed a contract with Sony Music asides from the fact that she is still Mavin’s first lady.

Tiwa Savage is also a philanthropist and although we don’t hear much of her charitable works, the singer is most certainly involved in giving back to the society as well as organising awareness and empowerment programs.

When she’s not busy on the stage or doing charitable work the singer is a mummy to her son Jamil and wife to her husband Teebillz. While we would not focus on the scandal that trailed her marriage we would rather focus on the real facts which is her ability to weather the storm and come out of it almost unscathed, only an extremely strong woman would be able to close her ears to the world and focus on what she wants and for that we truly applaud her strength, tenacity and focus.

Tiwa Savage is unarguably one $3*y woman and without much ado here are some of her stylish moments;

Jewel

Hello World

Cropped

Net

Ruffles

Flare sleeve

Golden Girl

Minimalist

Purple reign

Transformer

Athleisure

Sheer

Skater

Featherlight

Kimono

Sporty

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