Blackmailer threatening to expose my sex tape: Tiwa Savage
Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage has revealed that she is currently being blackmailed over a sex tape from an unknown person.
Tiwa revealed this in a radio interview with U.S. on-air personality Angie Martinez on Power 105.1 on Thursday.
“It’s a tape of me and the person l’m dating right now and it got out,” Tiwa mentioned.
Tiwa added that she will not pay the blackmailers, explaining that she won’t fold to the demands, adding that it’s a short clip that was recorded off Snapchat.
“I decided I was not going to pay the person because if I do, two months from now, three months down the line or even two years later, you are going to come back again,” Tiwa said, “Who knows, if I send the money, the person will probably release it. I am not going to let anyone blackmail me for doing something natural.”
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