Tiwa Savage, the pop star who recently disclosed she was blackmailed over a sex tape of her and her partner, has revealed how it was released.

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Her lover unintentionally put the video on Snapchat, which he later removed after realizing his mistake, but it had already been downloaded by a stalker, she claimed.

In an interview with American OAP Angie Martinez of Power 105.1, the singer cleared her partner and other close friends of leaking the tape on purpose.

“I’m not going to call it a sex tape,” she explained, “but it’s a tape between myself and the person I’m dating right now… It isn’t from someone who works with me on a regular basis. The individual who did it did it on Snap and accidentally posted it, but he swiftly removed it.

“However, it was intercepted before he could erase it.” It’s only a few seconds long, but it’s me. It’ll be out there, and I can already see the memes. I only found out about it yesterday. Last night, I couldn’t sleep.”

Savage, 41, said the event occurred last month and that the person attempted to extort money from her, but she refused to be blackmailed “for doing something that is natural.”

Tiwa Savage, the pop star who recently disclosed she was blackmailed over a sex tape of her and her partner, has revealed how it was released.

Her lover unintentionally put the video on Snapchat, which he later removed after realizing his mistake, but it had already been downloaded by a stalker, she claimed.

In an interview with American OAP Angie Martinez of Power 105.1, the singer cleared her partner and other close friends of leaking the tape on purpose.

The blackmailer sent a sex tape of herself and her current partner to Savage’s crew, demanding money, she revealed.

On Tuesday, the singer, who will release the video for her song “Somebody’s Son,” which features American singer Brandy, advised her fans who want to protect and defend her to “let it go.”

Savage also revealed that she has more than 13 million followers and has a positive relationship with them.

The singer isn’t the first Nigerian star to be blackmailed because of nude photos.
Salawa Abeni, the founder of Waka music, posted her naked photos in April 2020 after being threatened by a blackmailer.
He allegedly threatened to ruin her image and kill her 45-year career, according to the 59-year-old music legend.
She, on the other hand, chose to disclose her naked photos on Instagram as well as screenshots of her conversation with the blackmailer in order to be left alone.

Olufowoke Oladunjoye Emmanuel, a 19-year-old Yaba College of Technology, Lagos National Diploma holder, was apprehended in June 2020.

After three days of surveillance, the suspect, a resident of Brentfield Avenue, Peace Estate, Magboro, Ogun State, was apprehended by the Rapid Response Squad’s Decoy Team.
In April 2020, Toke Makinwa, a media girl, defied blackmailers who threatened to reveal her nude photos.
Makinwa, instead, posted one of the images in an Instagram post, along with a long statement addressed to her blackmailers.

In many parts of the world, the transmission of intimate photographs or films of someone, whether revenge porn or non-consensual pornography, has become an increasing problem, particularly for young women.

Victims in Nigeria are protected by a 2015 cyber-crime laws that made it a criminal punishable by up to three years in prison, and a man was jailed two years ago for uploading images of his lover on Facebook.

 

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