I Earned N50k From My First Show – Tiwa Savage Reveals (Video)

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Tiwatope Savage, also known as Tiwa Savage has revealed the amount she got paid for her first-ever show.

She was with her junior colleague Odumodu Blvck in what appeared to be a studio when she made the statement.

Tiwa Savage, who was formerly signed to Don Jazzy’s Mavin label, discussed her experiences as a rising star in the music industry.

In a video posted on X, the mother of one, who was shown smiling as she cherished the wonderful moment, said that it happened during her Kele Kele Love phase, which was a big song in 2010/2011.

Odumodu Blvck and other studio employees couldn’t help but giggle as Tiwa Savage described her experience. According to her, she was overjoyed when she received the money.

Tiwa Savage stated in part:

“The first show I got was N50k, I swear, I was so happy, It was the era of Kelekele love.”

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In other news, Nigerian rapper Odumodublvck, also known as Tochukwu Ojogwu, has narrated how his father tragically passed away because they were poor.

He claimed that the reason he lost his father was because his family was unable to pay N70,000 for a hospital bed.

He said that because of their poverty at the time, they had to bring his father home to die.

The vocalist of “Declan Rice” expressed his strong belief that no musician paved the route for his musical achievement because of his difficult experience.

Although no musician had opened the path for him, he acknowledged that previous rappers had influenced him.

On Wednesday, Odumodublvck wrote on his X handle:

“When my father died my family was poor. We could not pay hospital bed space of 70k [N70,000]. We had to take him home.
 
“Coming to tell me about paving the way for me? That’s God, brother. No use your ego counter reason my reality, bros.
“I agree say you inspire me. But bros, you pave the way for nobody. Nobody!
 
“I hate when n*ggas try to play God.”
His outburst comes a few days after legendary singer Eedris Abdulkareem asserted in a podcast interview that he helped to establish the path for contemporary Nigerian musicians like Davido, Burna Boy, Wizkid, and others. Recall also that Odumodublvck had denounced the ongoing social media reaction against Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God. We noted that Adeboye was heavily criticized on social media after he was believed to have remarked:

 “Nigeria’s problems are spiritual”.

However, in response to the outrage against the RCCG head, Odumodublvck stated that Muslims do not abuse their clerics in the same manner Christians do.

He stated that Adeboye deserved to be honored by Christian youths, regardless of his age.

On his X account, Odumodublvck wrote:

“Pastor Adeboye never insulted no one on this app.

“You do not see Muslims come out to insult their clerics. Then later we complain that our religion is being stepped on.

“Even based on age wise, una no fit follow una papa talk the way una dey follow Adeboye talk. And he senior una papa and mama.

“That’s why I never rated you n*ggas on this app. Una double standards choke.”

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