Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, has commended Tiwa Savage concerning the leaked sex tape saga, stating that she has inspired many people going through blackmail.
The actor shared Tiwa Savage’s picture on his verified Instagram page, and hailed her for her strength.
On Thursday night, the singer had shared a picture of herself with the caption, “Charge that sh*t to the game and never speak on it again.”
Though she didn’t state what or who she was referring to, it is pertinent to note that this message comes three days after she trended on the internet because of her alleged sex video.
Commending Tiwa for how she handled the issue, Yul Edochie said, “I commend you @tiwasavage for the way you handled the issue.
“You may not know this but you’ve inspired so many other people who may be going through blackmail silently.
“You said capital NO to blackmail and it takes a lot of strength to do so. It is well. You’re a human being, like the rest of us.
Nobody holy pass. In life, there will always be ups and downs. You enjoy the ups and learn from the downs.
“Anything that doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Keep your head up. Keep being strong. This too shall pass.” (sic).
Sex tape saga
Two weeks ago, Tiwa Savage had revealed during an interview with American OAP, Angie Martinez of Power 105.1, that she was being blackmailed by an unknown person who threatened to release a sex tape that featured her and her current lover.
The Koroba singer revealed that the blackmailer demanded money from her so as not to release the sex tape but she has decided not to pay the money.
On Monday night, a sex tape leaked online. While the face of the man involved in it did not show, the lady in the video bears a close resemblance with Tiwa Savage.
As the video went viral, social media users on several platforms have taken to their accounts to air their opinion on the situation.
Some celebrities have drummed up support for the singer, as they uploaded her picture and hailed her on Instagram.
However, some celebrities like actress Georgina Onuoha stated that such supporters did a disservice to the singer by their actions.