Tiwa Savage Becomes the Latest Marlian Recruit, Reveals Naira Marley Is Her President.

The MARLIAN family is growing, and as the Nigerian soundscape continues to embrace the ascent of the street president-Naira Marley, more celebrities and personalities are coming out to pledge their allegiance to the movement.

Tiwa Savage
For those who are not in the loop of things, the president of the MARLIANS is Nigerian Pop artiste Naira Marley who rose to stardom through various allegations and arrests for his involvement in fraudulent activities- Yahoo Boys.

Notwithstanding, after the arraignment, Marley rode to fame through the visibility and publicity his trial gave him, the result more people came to light of his “Tungba” sounds.

Fast track to this day, we have seen many entertainment personalities and celebrities publicly claim the street King, all to the reason that his music and style resonates with them. Simply put he is their leader that embodied freewill.

Last week, Singer- Asa revealed in an interview with CoolFm that she was a Marlian and that Yahoo boys nearly emptied her account, read here. To kick off this week, award-winning Songstress Tiwa Savage has just disclosed that she’s also a Fan. Tiwa made this known via her Instagram page, where she posted Marley’s picture and labeled it president with a love emoji.

Tiwa Savage

Causing a pool of reactions from loyal Marlians, read how to spot one here, to go crazy on the internet. So here, Tiwa Savage enrolls in an already rich list of celebrities like Toke Makinwa, Wizkid, Olamide, etc all of whom acknowledge Naira Marley as their President and are loyal patriots of his  No Belt Gang”” movement.

Tiwa is set to release her first album under Universal Music Group which will feature Naira Marley, Zlatan, Moelogo and a host of other unrevealed acts. Although the date is yet to be disclosed the album will drop sometime in the year, maybe even sooner.




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Written by Chioma Godwin


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