Teebillz Dances to Davido’s Song Amidst Stew Controversy

Teebillz Dances to Davido’s Song Amidst Stew Controversy

Teebillz, the estranged husband of Tiwa Savage was spotted living his best life amidst the ‘fever’ music video controversy that has been trending between Wizkid and the mother of his son.

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Teebillz, real name Tunji Ibrahim Balogun was seen at a restaurant in the United States along with Nollywood media personality Stephanie Coker and her husband Olumide Aderinokun chilling and dancing. The former manager of Tiwa Savage seems to be unfazed with the scandal that is ongoing and hasn’t released a statement pertaining it. This was the simple way he responded.

Here are videos and images of Teebillz enjoying himself with his friends:

The ‘fever’ video revealed intimate scenes between Wizkid and Tiwa Savage, the two have taken their ‘bestie’ relationship to a whole new level and have formulated a niche of their own referred to as Stew Association. Prior to the music videos, there were rumors that they were more than friends but TeeBillz took to his Instagram page and debunked the claim. He stated at the time;

“Wizkid as his “little brother who cannot cross the line” by having sex with his ex-wife.

“Whether you like it or not Ayo is my little brother and he knows not to cross me on blood Gang. We don’t play that shit on 400 blocks! That’s my little Nigga,” he wrote.

My Big Homie Sauce kid aka Sinzu guaranteed me on that even though he’s my blood. I’m just saying this to the general public that tends to come at me on some disrespectful Shit!!!

Although TeeBillz referred to Wizkid as his little brother, it is obvious that the sexual relationship between the two singers has been certified before the public, they are in love with each other, undoubtedly.

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