‘For sure you be woman of steel’ – Tiwa Savage celebrates Yemi Alade

Ending years of speculated fued, Tiwa Savage has given a big shout out to Yemi Alade on the release of her album, Woman of steel.

Tiwa Savage took to her social media page to congratulate Yemi Alade on her recently released album, Woman of steel which she called an incredible body of work.

'For sure you be woman of steel' - Tiwa Savage celebrates Yemi Alade


She shared a picture of Yemi Alade’s new album artwork with caption;

Been meaning to post this for a few days now but been so caught up. Huge congrats on a great body ofwork Queen @YemiAlade. For sure you be WOMAN OF STEEL.

'For sure you be woman of steel' - Tiwa Savage celebrates Yemi Alade

For years, many have believed that the two singers have been in rivalry for who is the biggest in Africa although they have at no point come out to confirm this.

During a recent chat on Factory 78, Tiwa Savage whose new single, ‘49-99’ was released today when asked by an audiencet, “After you, who will you do a collaboration with then? In Nigeria, Africa, who do you think is on that path?”

The Universal Music artist replied that, “Oh man, there’s many many queen, man. Come on, like Yemi Alade just dropped an incredible body of work, huge shout-out to her. Errrm, who doesn’t like Teni The Entertainer? Like, she’s incredible. Simi, Niniola, Waje, Omawumi…”

“We even have Vanessa Mdee from the east, we have Becca whom I have done records with as well. And even the females from the UK, like you have Tomi… There’s so many… Lola Rae…”

After she had given the shout-outs, she then charged women to fight because men can be difficult to deal with. She says, “(To keep doing it big) We just need to fight.”

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