"You have killed your husband while alive" Cool FM's Freeze wrote a secret letter to Tiwa Savage
It is true that on the day an elephant died, there will be a dispaly of different knives. Those knives won't just be for displays but to cut portions out of the helpless animal. Who dares an elephant when alive?.
The collapse of Tiwa Savage and Tunji Balogun aka Tee Billz,s marriage has greatly generated heated arguments, advices and letters. Even those whose stories were not far from the Baloguns have joined in the letter writing and advice giving adventure.
One of those who carried knife to chair out of their unfortunate incidence is popular on-air personality called Ifedayo Olarinde aka Freeze. The fair skin media entrepreneur who abandoned his wife, Ope, last year with two kids and allegedly followed a Port Harcourt based super rich woman who is said to have already given birth to four kids has written a letter to the distrusted Tiwa to view his "displeasure" on the current brouhaha between her and Tee Billz.
Freeze with his ex-wife, Ope
Freeze wrote an open letter to Tiwa Savage following revelations she
made over the weekend in an interview about her marriage to Teebillz.
Here is the letter...
Dear Tiwa, I
have nothing but love for you, but after I watched all 45 mins of your
interview.... ..Tiwa, I know it hurts when a relationship breaks down,
and those accusations T Billz made were extremely hurtful, nonetheless, I
believe you could have employed caution when responding, since
according to you, he was unstable and suicidal.
law, if for instance, you walk in on your man in bed with another woman
and you shoot him on the spot, you could get a lighter sentence, if
your legal counsel argues provocation. On the flip side, if you walk out
of the scene to get a gun and then launch an attack, it's now
fact that you granted a 'pitch perfect' interview, with a flawless
visual background and superb audio quality, in my opinion looks a bit
you had denied all his accusations and asked to swear on ayelala or
amadioha or sango as against the lie detector test, since on no instance
has a polygraph ever been used in Nigeria, and if afterwards you had
requested for privacy, as you deal with such a sensitive issue, this
matter would have been laid to rest. How are you going to tell Nigerians
not to talk about issues you 'used your own hand' to make public? This
could only serve to further delay your healing.
though my prayer is for your issues to be resolved and for joy to
return to your home, the breakdown of a marriage is not the end of the
world, I have been through it and my world did not end. However, do you
realize that the interview you gave could lead to the end of TJ's world?
Who is now going to hire, work with, or have any business dealings with
an unstable, adulterous, fraudulent, cocaine sniffer who cannot manage
money and has his priorities misplaced? Whether you like it or not, that
is what the interview has delineated him to be. In furtherance to this,
if he was suicidal before, this interview is only going to make him
even more suicidal!
know you both love Jamil so in all this drama, lets be very careful to
shield him, as the Internet never forgets and his friends and classmates
will always have his father's tweets along with your interview as
points of reference.