Nigerian female music sensation, Tiwa Savage is featured in the latest issue of Elle South Africa magazine’s in an article tagged “Keeping Up With Tiwa”.
In the article, the “bad” crooner has a jaw-to-jaw movement with Tidi Benbenisti of the magazine, where she talks about how she used to be a tomboy before her glam days, her deal with Roc Nation and the fact that her private life was recently subjected to public spectacle.
Speaking about her private life she says:
“My biggest failure was exposing my private life too much. There will always be speculation, but by addressing it you are adding more fuel to the fire. I now choose not to address anything.”
On her deal with Roc Nation, she says:
“We are finalising the details with his company, and it is an amazing opportunity for any artist, particularly a woman, because traditionally such global parts have largely been enjoyed by the male artists.” She adds “I’m so honoured it has happened to me. And while it may mean, as a woman, I need to work 10 times harder to make things happen, I am fine with that. My approach is: do what it takes”.