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FLASH: Tiwa Savage’s dad is dead

The artist shared the sad news on her Instagram page on Monday.

• July 19, 2021
Tiwa Savage and her dad
Tiwa Savage and her dad [Photo: Nairaland]

Nigerian music artist Tiwatope Savage, aka Tiwa Savage, suffers another great loss as her father passes on in the early hours of Monday July 19, 2021.

The artist took to her Instagram page to announce the sad news, sharing a picture of herself alongside her deceased father.

“Early hours of this morning you made a peaceful transition. You fought till the very end, you really fought daddy, it’s been rough for you these past couple years but you are resting now. This is tough on me, I’m so numb, so weak, Rest In Perfect Peace my King

I love you daddy. Savy t’eko, pappin K” she captioned.

This comes a few weeks after she lost her dear friends Obama DMW and Sound Sultan who passed on recently.

Fans and friends of the artist has also take to social media to console her for the painful lose.

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