My Son Bagged More Money Than Your Company – Tiwa Savage Blasts Journalist
Singer Tiwa Savage has reacted to a journalist called Motolani who wrote a music review about her Celia album and described her brand as struggling.
The highly anticipated album was released on August 27, 2020, and it was met with both positive and negative comments.
The article titled “Tiwa Savage’s struggling brand and her hilarious endorsement of ‘Mungo Parking’” was published by Motolani shortly after TIME Magazine named the singer’s recent body of work as one of the 10 best albums of 2020.
Taking to his Twitter page to share the link to his review of TIME’s endorsement of Tiwa’s work, Motolani described the singer’s inclusion in the UK magazine’s list as “Mungo Parking”, a term for achievement attained through “paid promotion, misinformation and/or ignorance”.
Reacting to Motolani’s review of the acknowledgement her album received from the foreign media, the singer took to her Twitter page to blast him.
According to her, what the Nigerian journalist wrote was pure evil.
Calling out Motolani, the singer stated that her brand is not struggling, adding that her son bagged more money than his whole company.
Tiwa reminded Motolani of the time he came to her house and after an interview, he begged for a photo with her. According to her, he is a fan of her music.