Tiwa Savage, the renowned Nigerian singer, has decided not to share any confidential information with her mother anymore.
She recalled an incident when she was invited to perform at King Charles III’s coronation and had asked her mother to keep it a secret, but her mom couldn’t resist sharing the news with her brother within 20 minutes.
In an interview with MTV UK, Tiwa Savage disclosed that initially, she didn’t fully grasp the significance of performing at the King’s coronation, so she kept it discreet.
However, as she learned more about the event and realized she was the sole representative of the Commonwealth, she understood its immense importance.
Tiwa Savage expressed her pride and excitement at representing the Commonwealth and performing at such a prestigious event. She described the experience as iconic and cherished the opportunity to be a part of such a historic moment.
The singer created history as the first Nigerian artist to perform at a British royal event, and she considers it a remarkable honor and achievement in her career.
Despite the breach of trust with her mother, she looks back on the performance with pride and gratitude for the opportunity.