The lawyer for a popular activist organization, TakeItBack Movement, Festus Ogun, has advised the famous Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage, to drag her blackmailers to court, and he also warned that not taking legal action may hurt Tiwa Savage in the future.
Tiwa Savage said that she was being blackmailed by an unknown person who wanted to release a video of her and her current lover during an interview with American OAP Angie Martinez of Power 105.1.
As the video has gone viral, individuals on various social media sites have resorted to their accounts to express their thoughts on the situation. The majority of the remarks have come from Twitter, where the sonorous singer is currently trending as number one. Over 61,000 tweets have been sent about the topic thus far.
Festus Ogun, in a Facebook post, warned that failing to take legal action could harm Tiwa Savage in the future. He also advised her to take her blackmailers to court.
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