The leaked videotape of popular Nigerian female artist, Tiwa Savage, has been the topic of discussion for many online for the past number of days. Some celebrities have come out to lend their voices concerning the issue.
Photo credit: @yuledochie / @tiwasavage IG
Nollywood actor and director, Yul Edochie took to his verified Instagram page to speak about the scandal and as well to show his support for her as he says, "No one is holier than the other.”
The actor commended Tiwa Savage for the way and manner she seems to have handled the whole situation with the leaked video recording of the intimate moment with her boyfriend.
He said that she wouldn't know how she might have become an inspiration to others who may have or are going through blackmail as well but are quiet about it.
Photo credit: @yuledochie IG
Edochie further stated that whatever it is that couldn't take the singer's life has indeed come to make her stronger. He advised Savage to keep her head up, strong, stating that the whole issue will soon go away into the thin air.
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