I watched Tiwa’s interview on Pulse TV. It was nothing short of a classic by Nigerian standard. However excruciatingly painful it must have been for Tiwa to have made the revelations, it was in the interest of her taking advantage of the situation to finally untie the knot that was ceremoniously knotted two years ago.
The honest truth is that, yes, there are two sides to a story. However, you will agree with me that there is no coming back for TJ, Tiwa’s estranged husband.
I had posted on Thursday (see tweet below) that the talented Tiwa’s hubby has an inferiority mentality, a complex that is extremely, if not impossible to get rid off.
About the interview itself, I must confess, it was quite revealing. The interview will easily represent the definition of ‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’. You could tell, Tiwa had been badly scorned ‘big time’ and the interview was a closure for her.
That interview was like a Media Statement for Tiwa. The interviewer, sorry, I didn’t get her name had no business interviewing Tiwa. She was unprofessional, almost unprepared and it was effortless for Tiwa to make her revelations. Most times during the interview, I had to cringe. I can say that for 80% of the time, thereabout, Tiwa offered unsolicited answers to questions that ought to have been asked, but were not even thought of by the interviewer. If Tiwa was uncooperative , that interview would have achieved absolutely nothing. Tiwa was there for one main reason, to get her side of the story out. And Boy, did she get it off her chest! As for Pulse TV, that was a scoop you got there, no doubt. On a serious note, that interviewer has no business behind the camera. She was poor, for lack of a better word.
As for Tiwa, I wish you every success in your future endeavours. You deserve happiness. As for Tbillz, if I were your media consultant, I will advice you to desist from making further comments and let this story die a natural death.