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New Tiwa Savage video is causing controversy
06 May 2014, 09:56
Abuja - Music sensation Tiwa Savage has caused notable controversy with the raunchy new video for her new single – and it is not even released yet.
The video for "Wanted" was launched at a MTN gig in Lagos on Wednesday and Nigeria Entertainment Today reports the music video is Savage’s most sexually charged video to date.
NET reports various bloggers have attacked the singer, who they feel should be less explicit with her sexual imagery.
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