- Singer Tiwa Savage has issued a statement on social media amid trending rumours that she was a target for kidnappers
- According to the singer, there was indeed a major security breach at her Lagos residence but some suspects have been picked up for questioning
- The singer expressed her sincere gratitude and appreciation to everyone who expressed concern over her wellbeing
In a statement signed by her management, the Stamina hitmaker confirmed that there was indeed a major security breach at her Lagos residence on Thursday, April 13.
The singer, however, stated that suspects have been picked up for questioning at the Alagbo Police Station, Ikoyi.
Ms Savage and her family are well, the statement read in part.
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Tiwa Savage also used the opportunity to thank fans, colleagues among others who tried to check on her well-being.
Tiwa Savage's fans react
"Thank God for safety."
"Thank God for safety. God is with you."
"Thank God, God’s protection will not seize over h and ur family."
"Thank God you and your family are safe."
"Thank God o ❤️Biko I cover you with the Blood of Jesus You Are. Covered."
"They wan go rob her they want that her ice necklace . Imagine the mindset of some men just cos they think she is a single woman so they can just go rob her anyhow. Chai. Jail straight."
Tiwa Savage flaunts her newly acquired jewellery
Still in a related story about the music star, Legit.ng reported that Tiwa Savage took to her Instastory channel with a post suggesting that all is in fact fine with her at the moment.
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The Stamina hitmaker showed off a set of newly acquired customized diamond-crusted jewellery amid trending reports of her alleged kidnap.
Social media users couldn’t help but gush over the new acquisition that must have set the singer back several millions of naira.