TIWA SAVAGE LIED TO HER FANS. HERE IS THE REAL REASON HER SONG WAS BANNED…

TIWA SAVAGE LIED TO HER FANS. HERE IS THE REAL REASON HER SONG WAS BANNED…

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The song “Tiwa’s Vibe” by the sultry musician Tiwa Savage was recently banned by the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC).

According to the musician, the song was banned because she used the word “Shayo”, but that is not true. Here is the real reason the song was banned…

View the lyrics first here

[Intro]
Spellz- Yeh yeh yeh
Listen

Prehook
Hennessy for my cup, henne’ dey for body oh
Shayo gallore, see, oju ti leri oh, yeh yeh
All of girl, them bad, we go kill somebody oh, eh eh. Say the ginger go kill somebody oh

Chorus
If you want to touch my body oh “Yeh yeh yeh yeh, yeh yeh yeh yeh”
You gat to spend the money “Yeh yeh yeh yeh, yeh yeh yeh yeh”
Bottles must to pop oh “Yeh yeh yeh yeh, yeh yeh yeh yeh”
Help me spray the money oh “Yeh yeh yeh yeh, yeh yeh yeh yeh”

Verse 1
Wetin be that wey dey ginger the player? Shayo, shayo
The bottles we pop na Moet. Shayo ohh ohh, shayo
Omo na Shayo gallore. Shayo ohh ohh, shayo
Some dey, dey sip Hennessy. Shayo ohh ohh, shayo

Bridge
Aunty Sikira, Broda Peteru (4x)

Verse 2
Self Paid, make the bottles pop oh. Fifty more for the back up oh
If you no dey shayo, make you comot oh. If you no get money, make you comport oh
Self Paid, make the bottles pop oh. Fifty more for the back up oh
If you no dey shayo, make you comot oh. If you no get money, make you comport oh

Pre hook
Hennessy for my cup, henne’ dey for body oh
Shayo gallore, see, oju ti leri oh, yeh yeh
All of girl, them bad, we go kill somebody oh, eh eh. Say the ginger go kill somebody oh

Chorus
If you want to touch my body oh “Yeh yeh yeh yeh, yeh yeh yeh yeh”
You gat to spend the money “Yeh yeh yeh yeh, yeh yeh yeh yeh”
Bottles must to pop oh “Yeh yeh yeh yeh, yeh yeh yeh yeh”
Help me spray the money oh “Yeh yeh yeh yeh, yeh yeh yeh yeh”

Repeat Verse 1
Wetin be that wey dey ginger the player? Shayo, shayo
The bottles we pop na Moet. Shayo ohh ohh, shayo
Omo na Shayo gallore. Shayo ohh ohh, shayo
Some dey, dey sip Hennessy. Shayo ohh ohh, shayo

Bridge
Aunty Sikira, Broda Peteru (4x)

I really do not know what she was thinking when she was writing the song. The song doesn’t only encourage people to “shayo” but it also encourages girls to prostitute, and I am sure that was why it was really banned. Imagine what she said here “If you want to touch my body oh, you gat to spend the money” In essence, a woman’s body is for sale and men can do anything with it, once they pay for it. Rubbish!

“If you no dey shayo, make you comot oh” Can you just imagine, in essence, those that do not shayo are cowards or what?
“If you no get money, make you comport oh” God is the one that blesses people and he is the giver of wealth. Money no dey today, money go dey tomorrow (In Kizz Daniel’s voice). The way she used that word comport, it is more like if you don’t have money you can’t talk when others are talking.

@tiwasavage@nigerianbroadcastingcommission@kizzdaniel

 

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