See or Check out Tiwa Savage’s new title for Wizkid and herself!
Tiwa Savage has taken her close relationship with Wizkid further with a new name for their ‘movement.’
We don’t think we are going to be hearing the last of the social media buzz Tiwa Savage and Wizkid have been giving us over the last 24 hours as she has spiced it up with a new title for both of them.
The music star took to her Instagram page on Thursday, October 25, 2018, where she posted a photo of Wizkid and herself on a boat cruise and captioned it with their new title.
“Introduction: President and the First Lady of the Pepper Stew Association #ThisIsAfrica #Beautiful ❤️,” she wrote.
Ok, guys, this is the latest association in the entertainment industry (different from Falz’s
Sweet Boys Association ) and we are sure fans and lovers of these guys can’t wait to get enlisted into this club!
Tiwa Savage and Wizkid broke the Internet a day ago when the visuals of the latter’s latest single, ‘Fever’ was released. The video which got everyone talking because of its intensely romantic scenes has generated a lot of conversations.
Immediately the video dropped, Twitter went into a frenzy as Nigerians gave their divergent views over the video. It was one interesting moment as it sure would have cost a lot of people a huge chunk of their mobile data.
Nigerians react as Wizkid and Tiwa Savage get romantic in Fever video and it is wild!
Guys! Guys!! Guys!!! We know how thrilled and shocked you all were after Wizkid dropped the video for one of his two singles, ‘Fever.’ The good thing about this video is that it is very colourful and interesting, but guys, when Tiwa Savage decides to be a video vixen for a video then we sure know you’ve got to be special.
We can’t ignore the sexual tension between these guys in the video. Let’s not bore you with all the details as we know you’ve all seen the video and the steamy scenes of singer-video vixen vibes expressed by Wizkid and Tiwa Savage.
11 hours after the video dropped, the 3:57 minutes long video has set Twitter on fire and trust Nigerians to express their views and thoughts.