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Exclusive: The man who slept with Tiwa Savage before T-Billz took over

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A lot of people will agreed that sexy singer Tiwa Savage is a sex siren. Infant, thousands of men in Nigeria who keep abreast with the happenings in her life have fantasized about her at on point or the other.

While the elegant lady is now engaged to her manager T-Bill, very  few people have ever wondered who she shared her bed with before her chocolate-complexioned fiancée came into the picture.
www.theoctopusnews.com can reveal to you that although the duo of manager and artiste had known each other before they teamed up in Nigeria, Tiwa Savage had a young and energetic man who was keeping her warm before T-Billz took over. Though it might sound unbelievable, but the man is no other person than label mate Sidney Esiri, popularly known in the music industry as Dr. Sid.
Initially,  when Tiwa Savage teamed up with Mavin Record, and produced the song “Without my heart”, in which she featured Don Jazzy, a lot of people felt she was dating the producer, but it wasn’t so.
The romance was actually between Tiwa Savage and Dr. Sid. Their relationship started because of the fact that the lady was always finding herself without company and was always complaining about not having good fun. Hence,  Dr. Sid decided to show her the good side of town, where she could have the kind of fun she needed. From there, one thing led to another and the two started sleeping with each other till T-Bill came into the picture, pitched his tenth with the sensational songstress and found his way initially into her heart, then her bed.
Those who know about how Savage’s manager snatched her from Dr. Sid say till date the Niger Delta boy still feels bad about the development, despite having found another rich girlfriend.
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