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Tiwa Savage reveals what her Son does when she wants to go out


Nigerian singer and mother of one, Tiwa Savage says her son, Jamil does not like when she goes out. She took to her Instagram page to make this revelation, saying that he clings unto her whenever he perceives that she wants to leave home.


The proud of mum of one who shared beautiful new photos of herself rocking a yellow dress, also said that, she promised to remind her son, Jam Jam of how he wouldn’t let her go out when he grows up, especially when he starts to think to give her a hug isn’t cool anymore.

She wrote:

“JamJam when you are older and forming for me that you don’t want to give mummy a hug because it’s not cool, I will remind you of these times that you would cling unto me when I’m going out and you don’t want me to leave
My baby, I love you so much ”


Tiwa Savage who is also Africa’s most recognized female celebrity made it to Vogue Magazine’s 10 worlds most stylish celebrities on Instagram with good fashion sense.


Reacting to the shortlist, the excited singer shared the photo above and wrote;

“This just happened Thank you @voguemagazine

Vogue (magazine) Vogue is an American fashion and lifestyle magazine made up of many components including fashion, beauty, culture, living, and runway. Vogue began as a weekly newspaper in 1892 in the United States, before becoming a monthly publication years later.

Tiwa Savage is a top Nigerian singer who was born on the 5th of February, 1980 in Ikeja, Lagos. When she was 11 years old, Tiwa’s parents had to relocate to London and she went along with them. Tiwa also lived in the United States of America at some point.

While she was in the High School, she was a very active member of the school’s Orchestra band, where she played the Trombone. Upon completion of her high school education, Tiwa proceeded to the University of Kent where she studied Business Administration.


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