It is no news that the entertainment industry is filled with silent and unintended competition. The unintended competition is the default of different fandoms and the likes of Davido and Wizkid seem to be at cross heirs by the reason of their fans pitching them side by side.
The consistent comparisons are not completely isolated either, as every day, different camps find a way to cook up something. This day we recall the controversy( Queen issues) between artists Victoria Kimani and Tiwa Savage.
With rapper Ice prince coming to reveal his solidarity with the Universal Group signee, saying he will slap anyone who talks ill of Tiwa Savage. Ice Prince who was a former label mate with the Kenyan songstress Victoria Kimani shocked everyone when he came to show his full-on support for Tiwa Savage.
The rapper explained in an interview that he had a conversation with Tiwa Savage to discuss the allegations leveled against her by Kimani and other female singers and she’s not happy about the whole situation.
He also admonished that “small girls” should stop talking thrash about Tiwa Savage. He said Tiwa has a lot of bodyguards which he is clearly one of them, and won’t hesitate to assault any of the girls that continue to trouble Tiwa Savage.
“There is something that is currently pissing me off and I will say it right here. All those girls that are going about abusing Tiwa Savage, they’d better put a full stop to it. Today I spoke with Tiwa on the phone and she isn’t happy with all those small small girls talking thrash about her”
“And I want all these girls to be aware that Tiwa has a lot of bodyguards both in heaven and on earth in which I am one of them. I will slap somebody on Tiwa’s behalf, it’s really disheartening. They all need to apologize to Tiwa,” Iceprince said.
Tiwa Savage has all the backings with people like Ice prince solidly behind her and will fight for her if it comes down to that. The songstress stands out more than Nigerians will ever want to give her credit for. We see it, Tiwa is doing the work and holding her own alongside Yemi Alade pushing the boundaries of Afrobeats and inspiring women on the journey.