Afrobeat singer and songwriter Tiwatope Savage, simply known by her stage name, Tiwa Savage, takes to her social media page to share photos of herself performing to a cheerful audience at the Global Citizen concert as she asked her female fans if there is someone taking care of them or if they are still single.
The award-winning singer was one of the several that headlined the Global Citizen live concert which was held in Lagos, Nigeria as part of an initiative to unite the world, defend the planet and tackle poverty.
After giving an electrifying performance, Tiwa Savage took to her Instagram page to share some adorable photo shot taken from her time-out on stage. In a four-slide post, the Koroba crooner shared different angle shots and a video of her singing melodious, showing off her vocal strength.
Tiwa Savage, after thanking her fans and followers for the support she got via the caption of the post, asked her female fans if a man out there is searching for them or they are already being taken care of. The words relate to a line from her hit song "Somebody's Son" off her Water and Garri EP.
In her words, she captioned the post: "Thanks to Global Citizen, thanks to everyone that came out to support us, love you all.
Ps: Is somebody's son finding you or funding you (laughter emoji)?"
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