- Top Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage, seems to be skilled in more than just her vocals
- The Attention crooner was recently spotted teaching singer Davido’s big sister, Sharon, how to twerk
- The video showed Sharon struggling to shake her bum as Tiwa moved effortlessly
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Now that the world can be said to be shut down in some way, a lot of people are at home spending quality time with their loved ones and making new memories with friends.
The lockdown caused by the virus has also led to people learning new skills or showcasing their talent by teaching others.
Just recently, a video made the rounds on social media showing top female music star, Tiwa Savage, teaching singer Davido’s big sister, Sharon, how to twerk.
Twerking is a popular dance move mostly done by ladies that entails them moving their bums to the music. Some people make the step look easy while many other people still struggle with it.
In the video, Tiwa was seen effortlessly moving her behind while Sharon, despite having a bigger bum, struggled with the dance step.
Rather than move her waist, Sharon seemed to find it easier moving her shoulders and it led to the onlookers joking about it.
See the funny video below:
The short clip sure served as comic relief during these tough times.
Just recently, Legit.ng reported on singer Davido's daughter, Imade Adeleke, and Tiwa Savage's son, Jamil Balogun, being best of friends.
It is quite common to see Nigerian celebs serving bestie goals but quite rare to see their kids doing the same. However, Imade and Jamil seem to have hit things off.
The little kids who seem to also attend the same school have gained numerous fans due to their cute and interesting friendship.
Fans have noted how close these kids are and their relationship is nothing short of celebrity kid’s bestie goals.
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