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Famous Nigerian Artiste, Tiwa Savage at a brief interview in Lagos on Tuesday declares that "Politics is not my calling."
Tiwa when asked if she envisaged involving in Politics in the future said:
Politics is not my calling, so I’ll leave it to those that God has called to do politics." affirming that she can't be a politician.
The mother of one who got her fans singing her praise on various social media as the Queen of Afro-beat after the release of her new Afro beat single, 49-99, reacts, says she's not the Queen of Afro-beat as it's will be unfair to title one person which may not encourage other artistes' hardwork, thereby she ascribe the Kingship to God.
I’m flattered, I think it’s amazing that people will place that title on me but there are so many queens just like there are so many kings. You have to understand how hard we all work, you can’t limit it to one thing because Burna is doing his thing, Wizkid is also doing his own thing too. Davido, myself, Yemi Alade, Simi, everybody is working hard. And when you put the crown on one person, it makes it hard for us to do what we do. We’re blessed as Nigerians to have so many talented artistes and as such, we just have to celebrate everyone. We’re all kings and queens but there’s only one original king which is God.
Tiwa who was asked if she has been in a molue bus before as her song depicts says:
I haven’t been on one to be honest. I spent most of my youth in the UK but I still think that just because I haven’t entered it doesn’t mean I can’t empathize with people that have gone through it. I can’t pretend like such experience didn’t or doesn’t exist. The song is to shed more light on those that go through this everyday.
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