Top Nigerian songstress Tiwa Savage has released her latest song titled “Attention”. The beautiful singer took to her Twitter page to announce the release of this song that women are tweeting about it.
In the lyrics of the song, Tiwa explains how men allow their relationships to go cold by not paying quality attention to their women. She emphasises on romantic dates and some intimate moments that no longer happen in the relationship.
She doesn’t fail to explain that she may get that attention from someone else if her man keeps slacking.
Female Twitter users have since been congratulating Tiwa on the release of the song. They describe it as the perfect anthem for modern-day relationships.
See tweets below:
Someone save me from Tiwa Savage’s attention. I’m addicted. 😩
— Aunty Rukah. (@olapeju_mi) December 10, 2019
If you no give me quality attention,I might get it from somebody else.
Before na u de do the caring, calling texting but you no longer do the things you used to do… This song is a mood 🔥 #attention @TiwaSavage
— Kwinn_Liz👑 (@Lizbetharry) December 10, 2019
— botYGSM (@Ddu39819467) December 8, 2019
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These ladies are of the opinion that Tiwa Savage spoke the mind of women who are not getting attention from their men. The truth is, many men usually get comfortable few months into a relationship and take the back seat, expecting the women to take the lead.
Women are usually emotional beings. She wants to be touched, talked to, and assured she is loved and wanted in the relationship. A change in attitude might explain that he is no more interested in the relationship.
A lot of women would cheat due to lack of attention, more than the lack of money. Quality attention is needed to fuel any relationship, don’t you agree?
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