Leaked Video - Why Is Tiwa Savage Punani Tape Trending?

Former X-Factor contestant Tiwa Savage has gone viral following the leak of an anonymous punani tape.

The intimate footage, which was soon distributed online, came amid allegations of blackmail. Here’s the latest.

Why Is Tiwa Savage Punani Tape Video Trending? The Nigerian artist is trending just a week after she revealed that she was refusing to pay a blackmailer who had obtained the footage of the singer with her boyfriend.

During an interview with Angie Martinez of Power 105.1, she revealed that her unnamed partner posted the explicit video to his Snapchat account by accident following a steamy session.

However, before the couple had noticed the unfortunate accident, someone was able to download the clip and has since tried to extort money from Tiwa in exchange for not releasing it publicly.

In addition, it was also revealed that the blackmailer sent the Punani video to her team, demanding cash.

And on October 19, 2021, after refusing to submit to his demands, a Punani tape leaked online.

While the face of the man involved in it did not show, the lady in the video reportedly bore a close resemblance with Tiwa.

However, the video is not confirmed to be hers. Much to the dismay of fans, the clip quickly went viral as users took to Twitter to air their opinions.

Within 24 hours, the clip had been mentioned in over 61,000 tweets.
Leaked Video - Why Is Tiwa Savage Punani Tape Trending?
Leaked Video - Why Is Tiwa Savage Punani Tape Trending?
What Has Tiwa Savage Said? Tiwa had previously outlined why she would not back down to her blackmailer, saying that she would “own her own narrative.”

Speaking to Power 105.1 she said: “I woke up and I was like no, I’m not (going to pay) because two months down the line you’re gonna come back again"And then another two years. Who knows even if I do send you the money, you probably would release it anyway.

“I’m not going to allow anybody to blackmail me for doing something that is natural… this is an intimate moment with someone I’m dating.”

And after the release of the video, Tiwa was quick to defend those who criticised her for allowing it to be published.

Via a post she made on her Instagram story, she vented: “You hated how I was able to control the narrative and get ahead of the story before it consumed me and I am able to joke on stage about something you thought will destroy me and make me feel ashamed.” www.thesun.co.uk

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