This video will be an anti-lgbtqi’s dream as it stands to serve a notion of Adam and Eve and not Adam and Steve. Tiwa Savage herself was outraged a few months back when she was accused of being a lesbian. She denied that tag and asked if something had entered her accuser’s brain by mistake or not. “Is as if coro don enter this ones brain. And trust me when you publish your rubbish you go increase my fan base cause plenty babes don dey wait me for that side. Won ma ko mije” She wrote.
Tiwa, a single mum imagines a day when somebody’s son will come and rescue her from singleness. If you are that man, she says she is not far away.
Brandy Norwood added her sweet innocent touch to the track making the combination lit. Enjoy the video below
Four years before the release of her sophomore album, Never Say Never, the music industry was officially introduced to songbird Brandy Norwood with her debut album Brandy. So many wanted to know more about this 15-year-old Mississippi-born, California-raised teenager with the signature box braids, innocent lyrics, unique vocal style, and fresh sound. Previously having starred on the short-lived television sitcom “Thea” and touring as a background vocalist for Immature, Brandy was no stranger to the entertainment industry. However, her debut album propelled her further into the spotlight.
Brandy grew to be R&B’s princess following her debut release. The innocent way she carried herself and her bubbly personality had people longing for more. Her debut album produced three Top 10 hits —including the “Brokenhearted” remix featuring Boyz II Men’s leading man and Brandy’s rumored love interest, Wanya Morris. The album went to sell over six million copies worldwide.
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