Actor, Seun Jimoh, and other Nigerian celebrities have reacted to the dirty fight between Nigerian female singers, Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay.
These reactions come after a video of Tiwa and Seyi fighting and exchanging words at saloon surfaced on social media.
In the video which is presently going viral at the moment, it can be deduced that the two ladies who have not been on good time coincidentally met at a saloon and they decided to revisit their feud.
However, things did not go down well between Tiwa and Seyi as both were seen trying to be violent until people around intervened.
According to Tiwa, Seyi said a lot of bad things about her in the past and also blocked her on Instagram, but still gathered the courage to say HI to her at the saloon.
KFN recalls that in 2019, Seyi Shay entered the studio to jump on the #Fuckuchallange, and also used the opportunity to diss Tiwa Savage by saying lots of negative things about her. Tiwa, however, did not react or say a word to all Seyi said about her.
Since then, both parties have not crossed path until they met at the saloon where they unleashed their anger on each other.
Watch the video below;
See how some Nigerian celebrities reacted to this below;
@esther_biade wrote “Don’t tell me Hi after saying shit about me, keep the same fucking energy!”
@seunseanjimoh1 wrote “It’s the sweetly refined Yoruba for me, God go settle am…Tiwa! Abeg no take jam jam swear abeg, people wey love you love you regardless , you have nothing to prove”
@do2dtun wrote “The issue with this friendship thing is everyone just believes we have to be friends to cohabit. We all dont have to be friends to cohabit. Let us just respect each other.. it that is out of the window then we have nothing to talk about.. period!”
@monalisa.stephen wrote “Tiwa is so classy sha . Even as she Dey fight she still Dey classy all her words con dey sound like better Lyrics too possssh.”
@isrealdmw wrote “LOVE YOU SO MUCH TIWA”
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