- Top Nigerian female music star, Tiwa Savage, recently shared a heartfelt video on social media concerning the nationwide End SARS protest
- The award-winning singer used her platform to send a message to top American singer, Beyonce Knowles
- Tiwa reminded Beyonce of how her team reached out to Nigerian creatives for the Black Is King project to show the world the beauty of Afrobeat and Africa
- Tiwa also called on corporate organisations to help the government build the police and army barracks in the country as well as give other donations
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Popular Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage, recently took extra steps to get the End SARS protest noticed on a global scale using her social media platform.
The music star shared a heartfelt video on her Instagram page where she stated some of the situations Nigerians were facing in the country and how they were not fighting for basic amenities but for their lives.
She then went ahead to call on international music stars, particularly top American singer, Beyonce.
Tiwa reminded her of how she and her team reached out to a lot of Nigerians for her Black Is King project.
“I want to use my platform to call Beyonce and the whole team that reached out to a lot of Nigerians; Nigerian artistes, producers, video directors, dancers, creatives.
"I’m calling on Beyonce and her team the same way they used their platform to elevate and show the world that Black Is King and how beautiful Afrobeat and Africa and our culture is... because we all celebrated the Black Is King.
I personally was so proud to be part of the project. I know people are going to hate me, I know I’m going to get backlash from this, there’s even a possibility that I could get blacklisted for this.”
The Nigerian music star also called on organisations that could help the government out by renovating the police and army barracks and also donating uniforms and body cams for the officers.
"I would love to see us get companies that can paint and help rebuild army barracks, police barracks, renovate those places. Donate uniforms, body cams for police officers. There’s a lot of work.”
See the full video below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that billionaire daughter, DJ Cuppy, made sure to join the EndSARS protest from home after many attempts to be physically part of the movement.
The young lady took to her social media page to share a video of her standing in the rain and holding a placard preaching against police brutality and SARS.
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