Yemi Alade cautions fans who tried to stroke rivarly between her and Tiwa Savage.
Yemi Alade warns a fan who attempted to incite conflict between Tiwa Savage and her.
The flamboyant admirer was advised not to draw comparisons between different musicians by the self-proclaimed Mama Africa.
Yemi Alade, a sensation in Nigerian Afrobeats, has blocked a fan on social media for attempting to draw comparisons between. Herself and Tiwa Savage, another pop icon.
Two of the biggest female African music stars to come out of Nigeria are Yemi Alade and Tiwa Savage to. Conclude that the two are friendly, at least in the eyes of their respective fan bases, would be a difficult decision.
Though it may seem faulty, this is the basis upon which their throngs of admirers are basking—the notion of a rivalry between the two singers.
But when Alade warned an overly enthusiastic fan on X (previously Twitter) to stop trash-talking her Nigerian counterpart, she. Might have done enough to put an end to any rumors of a bitter rivalry between her and Savage.
It all began when the self-styled Mama Africa posted a video clip to her Facebook with the statement, “Africa. Our time is NOW!!” She is scheduled to play in the opening ceremony of the 2023 African Cup of Nations. (AFCON) in Côte d’Ivoire later today.
The fan going by the handle @ThatNigerianlad responded to the post by mocking Savage and stating, “U better than tiwa.”
However, Alade promptly blocked the X user by stating, “Joy is stolen by comparison. Both of us are succeeding. Honor and assist each other.”
The theme song for the 2023 AFCON, “Akwaba,” which translates to “welcome” in the Baoule language of Cote d’Ivoire, will be performed by Alade and other African singers on the 60,000-seat Stade Olympique Alassane Ouattara in Abidjan today.
Savage, who is often referred to as Mummy Jam Jam by both fans and admirers, was in the news the week after she got into a fight with Grammy Award nominee and Nigerian music superstar Davido.
It all began when the self-styled Mama Africa posted a video clip on her page with the remark, “Africa our time is NOW!!” She is scheduled to sing at the 2023 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) opening ceremony in Côte d’Ivoire later today.“Ah.