Reacting to the speculations that she and her 'estranged' husband, Teebillz, are back together, the singer neither denied nor confirmed it.
Sharing her opinion on the gender discrimination subject, pop star, Tiwa Savage said the man is the head of the house.
She, however, advised women to work twice harder than the man to reach the peak of their career, noting that there is no point fighting the fact that the world naturally placed the male gender above the female.
The singer aired this view on The Beat 99.9FM on Wednesday, October 4, where she was hosted on the Midday Show anchored by OAP Toolz.
“It’s real. I’m not going to say I’m completely comfortable with it but it is what it is. You have to deal with it. If it means you have to work 10 times harder than your male counterparts, don’t complain about it, do what you have to do”, Tiwa said.
On the man being the head of the home, she asserted that going by the original design of God, men and women are not equal.
She added, “I know I’ll (ruffle) a few feathers but I also don’t think men and women are equal, I don’t think that’s how God created us that way… especially in the household anyway. So I think as females when we realise that yeah we can be strong in our career, but when we are home we have to realise that the man is the head of the house.”
Reacting to the speculations that she and her ‘estranged’ husband are back together, the singer neither denied nor confirmed it.
She simply said they “are doing what they are doing privately and it should remain private”.
Tiwa Savage’s music career has since shot back to the top after a temporary setback caused by her epic marital issues in 2016 – a discourse that engaged the entire Nigerian online community, home and abroad.
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