It Was Savagery at Its Best: Legit Readers React to Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay’s Clash
- Top Nigerian singers, Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay recently got social media buzzing when a video of them in a nasty fight surfaced
- The singers appeared to have run into each other at a hair salon and things took a heated turn when Seyi approached Tiwa
- Legit.ng asked its readers on Facebook if Tiwa Savage was right to have confronted her colleague publicly
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The longstanding beef between Nigerian female singers Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay was reawoken after they came face-to-face at a hair salon.
A video sighted on the Instagram page of celebrity blogger, Tunde Ednut, captured the two singers exchanging heated words in a salon as other ladies tried to intercede.
Tiwa refused to believe that her colleague approached her to squash the beef as she strongly noted that the right thing to do would have been to pick up a phone, call her and try to settle whatever differences they had.
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Legit.ng asked its readers on Facebook if they think the way Tiwa handled the situation was necessary.
Legit readers support Tiwa Savage
A lot of people actually supported the Koroba singer, saying she had a right to defend herself however she deemed fit and Seyi Shay deserved the showdown.
A few people however thought that the public confrontation was unnecessary.
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Read some of the comments below:
"Omo. Defend yourself anywhere person fight you. No fear any Devil wey try you. People go still separate una if them beat you too much. She's the queen among all female musicians in Nigeria. She deserves to be respected, forget the hatred. Don't let anybody bring you down. In short, who be seyi for where T mama dey?"
"You can't be hating me behind and be greeting me when you see me. No way!"
"Confronting her in public is a no no for me. She didn't act mature at all. If she feels she was pained she shouldn't do herself harm by bottling it up for years. See the way she exploded in public and using her son to swear."
"Yeah, she's right you can't be badmouthing somebody behind and when you see them you act all cool. Tiwa chose not to be a hypocrite."
Prince Ali Adama:
"In support big time, I hate hypocrisy."
"It was savagery at its best."
Fly Omonice II:
"Yes. She was Right."
"No, she should not have confronted her."
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Seyi Shay shares her side of the story
Seyi Shay revealed that her fight with Tiwa Savage left her confused as she spoke about their physical altercation at a hair salon.
Amidst the buzz it created on social media, Seyi Shay had a recorded phone conversation with Pulse and opened up about her own side of the story.
According to the singer, the reason she decided to say hi to Tiwa was due to the tension in the salon when she walked in, and contrary to the narrative being pushed online, Tiwa replied cordially.