Afrobeat singer and songwriter, Tiwatope Savage, simply known by her stage name, Tiwa Savage, takes to her IG story to share a moment when her son, Jamil, revealed why she is famous on social media.
The 6-year-old, Jamil Balogun, while playing and having a conversation with her mom and award-winning singer, Tiwa Savage, kept on saying he was a famous boy.
Curious Tiwa Savage then asked him who told him he was famous, in response, he said: "I am famous because I am on Instagram".
Truly, Jamil Balogun whose father is Tunji Teeblizz Balogun is on Instagram with the username Officialjamilbalogun and has over 147,000 followers on the app.
The Koroba crooner then further asked his son what he was famous for, without hesitations, he told his mom he became famous because he happens to be her son. He further stated that popularity came as a result of how a lot of people love and adores his mother, Tiwa Savage.
In his words, he said: "I am famous because I am your son, and everyone loves you".
The video clip which was also shared on Jamil's official Instagram page has since gone viral with many netizens expressing how cute what he said to his mother was.
With Jamil's words, you can tell he is really proud of her mom who has created a good name for herself in the entertainment industry with numerous songs and albums which as aimed get numerous awards and nominations.
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