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Love Me, Love Me by Force? What’s with Tiwa Savage and the Letting of her Private Part Hang out at a #Bringbackourgirls Concert?

I’m not sure how you explain this. Tiwa Savage has been performing for a long time, long before she packed her bags and moved to Nigeria some few years ago. So, arguably, she should know to wear the appropriate undergarments if she will: 1) perform at a concert on a mounted stage; and 2) get “freaky with it” on stage all in the name of seducing a fan.

At a minimum, some tights (short ones that fit perfectly under her skirt) knowing she intends to lift her legs when performing or even some panty hose (nude), (as much as I hate those things), may work.

I am not sure how you explain this terrible showing of her private part on stage just a few days ago at a Star Trek concert charity event highlighting the plight of the abducted 200+ Nigerian girls, #Bringbackourgirls. Not only is it very tacky, it is distracting and takes away from what the event was about.

Of course you know the cameras are shooting from all angles. This is not the first time we have seen similar shots of Tiwa, just not as bad. Tiwa, could you please get it together in that department if you will keep employing dance movements that expose what you don’t have under your skimpy, albeit cute clothing?

By the way, I wonder, is it by force for our female artists to make their secondary audience (male fans) love them? Tiwa Savage claims her focus is the female audience. They have spoken time and time again that they are not into these antics on stage. She claims they are her biggest supporters. So, what’s with this I must by force, by force make all these men love me, love me?

Are her numbers showing that the men are the ones that are actually her largest fan base?

Thanks.

-Uduak

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2 Comments

  1. Mr Ebis says:

    It's just a FAIL!!!. Not so good for Brand endorsements as well

  2. irene says:

    you said it all….it looks disgusting..yuck!

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