Tee Billz who managed Tiwa Savage’s brand before their famous fallout in 2016, described the Mavin’s first lady as ‘incomparable’ as he promoted her new song
Tee Billz, the estranged ex-husband of Nigerian songstress Tiwa Savage has supported his ex-wife on her new song with Duncan Mighty.
Tee Billz who managed Tiwa Savage’s brand before their famous fallout in 2016, described the Mavin’s first lady as ‘incomparable’ as he promoted her new song. He wrote;
New Music Alert: From the INCOMPARABLE @tiwasavage ft @duncanmighty
Few months ago, it was reported that popular Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage allegedly filed for divorce from her estranged husband, Tunji Balogun, a.k.a TeeBillz.
According to media reports, all attempts by the couple to resolve their differences had failed, and Tiwa has decided to formally call it quit, citing ‘unsolvable issues’ as the reason for the decision. However, Tiwa a.k.a ‘Marvin Record First Lady’, is yet to confirm nor deny the divorce issue.
The embattled couple have not been together since their marital crisis in 2016; Teebillz made their marital issues public as he wanted to commit suicide by attempting to jump into the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos.
The duo then engaged in ‘war of words’ on the social media, as Teebillz alleged infidelity, among other accusations, on the part of his estranged wife. Tiwa, who shares a son with Teebillz, in turn granted a 45 minutes video interview to debunk the accusations.
However, fans and industry watchers had assumed all was now well with the couple when many of their friends, colleagues and family members intervened, urging them to reconcile their differences. Tee Billz had to testify on social media that all was now well with him after he went through rehabilitation process in the hand of a seasoned lifestyle coach, Lanre Olusola.
He said: “The way I handle things now is completely different from how I acted in the past.
“I do better now because I know better, and If I had gone through the experience before now, it probably wouldn’t make sense to me until I go through some challenging situations.
“But I thank God that I have been able to overcome all those through the guidance of my coach.”