On April 28, Tiwa Savage’s husband, Tee Billz had a public meltdown that had us all worried and wondering if his account got hacked. However, Tiwa confirmed that Tee Billz tried to jump off the Lekki-Ikoyi bridge but was rescued and taken to Banky W’s house.

Tiwa Savage, in an interview with pulse TV shared her own side of the story and addressed the speculations about her marriage.

She explained how worried she got when she learnt about Tee Billz suicidal rants and how concerned she was for his safety.

However, she also revealed the problems she faced while in the marriage and how she didn’t want to keep up appearances.

Fighting back tears, she told the interviewer of the unfortunate miscarriage she had recently.

In the Interview, Tiwa revealed how Tee Billz stole from her while he was her manager. She fired him just to make things work between them.

However, as she said, Tee Billz cheated on her frequently and even had a child by another woman during their relationship.

She also discovered he had ‘interesting’ conversations with another woman which he saved as ‘Edible catering’ on his phone while she was dealing with her miscarriage.

Tiwa also told of how she caught him doing cocaine and how he had drug and alcohol problems.

Although she paid off some of his debt which include a Mercedes Benz and Rolex watch, he still incurred a 45 million Naira debt and is currently wanted by the EFCC.

Although he continued to claim he ‘made her’ and accused her of stealing his manhood and cheating on him, Tiwa said she never cheated on him.

According to her, the marriage was a mistake and is over. However, she wishes Tee Billz the best and will keep praying for him while she focuses on her son.

Nigerians showed their support for her.

And praised her for her strength.

And for being able to hold it together in the midst of the controversy in her marriage.

And sent their best wishes to her.

Even though the interviewer wasn’t professional at all.

You can watch the full video of the interview here.


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