Tiwa Savage And Seyi Shay Bury The Hatchet After Hair Salon Fight

Tiwa Savage And Seyi Shay Bury The Hatchet After Hair Salon Fight

Popular Nigerian Afrobeats singers, Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay have embraced peace after their public fallout a few months ago.

Tiwa Savage And Seyi Shay Reconciles After Hair Salon Fallout
Photo of Seyi Shay and Tiwa Savage

Savage made this known as she shared an Instagram post Seyi Shay made about her hit song ‘Somebody’s Son’.

“Thanks to everyone that came out to support, love you all.” Tiwa captioned the video from Global citizen concert tagging Seyi Shay.

Acknowledging the post Seyi Shay wrote: “Your performance gave everything it was supposed to give. Queen of Afrobeats for a reason. 👸🏾⚔️

 

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In June Savage and Shay were involved in a fight at a Lagos salon. Seyi Shay had walked up to the singer to exchange pleasantries, a move that did not go well with the “somebody’s son” crooner.

According to the mother of one, she had not forgotten what Seyi and Victoria Kimani did to her in the past.

Shay and Kimani in 2019 released their covers of Kizz Daniel’s hit song, ‘F*ck You’, where they had both dissed Tiwa Savage.

In her lyrics, Seyi Shay said, “You know I’m not Savage, I pay my bills.” Victoria Kimani, on her part, accused Savage of prostitution and blocking her from a show. The musician did not respond to the diss at that time.

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Charis Ebiaghian

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