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I Need A Man That Matches My Energy, Popular Singer Tiwa Savage Cries Out

Popular Nigerian singer and songwriter, Tiwatope Savage, well known as Tiwa Savage has specified the kind of man after her heart, saying she is not looking for a man that has money.

The award winning music star declared during a concert in the United States that she isn’t looking for a rich partner but a man who can match her energy.

According to her: “So I was telling my stylist, Tokunbo, it’s not that I am just looking for a guy that has money, because I have money too.

“Period! I have my own money too. If you do anyhow, I would get into my Lambo and [leave].

“All I’m saying is we’ve got to match our energy, you’ve got to match my energy. So from now on, we are looking for someone to add to our funds. Period!”

Tiwa Savage is a single mother. She got divorced from Tunji Balogun popularly called Teebillz, after their marriage produced a son, Jamil Balogun.

Since the end of their marriage, rumours are rife that she and Wizkid are in a relationship and was in the news some months ago when a sex tape of her went viral.

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