Tiwa Savage, the award-winning songstress, has addressed claims that she does not support her colleagues in the music industry.


Over the years, there have been some speculations about the female musicians in the industry not assisting or partnering together on projects.

But in a post via her Instagram story, Tiwa shared a screenshot of a comment made by a fan after she and Simi announced that they would be releasing a song together.

The user argued that there have been many collaborations among female entertainers, but the songs have always gotten low streams.


“So Tiwa has obviously collaborated with more female artistes but they don’t stream female artistes collaborations and they want em collabo,” the user wrote.

The ‘Koroba’ singer, while agreeing with the user, also emphasised that she has had “a lot of collaborations with female artistes”.

“But they always want to say Tiwa Savage does not like or support female artistes. Please who has more female collabs and there is sooo many more not even listed here. Y’all miss me with that bull sh$t narrative, I dey hustle money on my mind,” she wrote.


Savage has collaborated with Waje on ‘Onye’ (2014), Ayra Starr on ‘Stamina’ (2023), and Di’Ja on ‘The Way You Are’ (2018).

The songstress has established herself as one of the prominent names in the music landscape.

Her music has gained positive reception globally. She has also won numerous awards.


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