She didn’t categorically say it with her mouth but her body said it all as she rocked the stage, visibly pregnant. Tiwa Savage, the Mavin Records first lady, put up an awesome performance in Kampala that surprised spectators who had expected her to take it slow due to her condition.
Tiwa Savage was invited to perform at the International Women Day programme, held at Kati Kati Grounds, Lugogo, Kampala, she was billed to entertain alongside other big acts like Rema, Irene Ntale, Cindy, Sheebah, Keko, Lillian Mbabzi and Airtel TraceMusic Star winner Sandora Suubi.
Tiwa came on stage wearing a sparkly fitted trousers and stylish top and she did dance her heart out, Shokying all the way and wowing the viewers. She belted out her hits songs like Eminado, and people are still talking about her performance in her condition. Dancing is actually good for pregnant women.
– Story by Ify Chemieziem
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