Tiwa Savage recently disclosed that Olamide turned down a N100 million payment for a verse in her song. In an Instagram post on Wednesday, Tiwa explained that she initially approached Olamide’s management to avoid direct contact, knowing he would offer his help for free. His team quoted a fee of N100 million. However, when Olamide discovered she was the artist, he declined the payment.

“I was talking to his management; I did not want to talk to him directly because he would want to do it for free. I was willing to pay, and his team charged me N100m. When Olamide asked them who the artist was, he just said NO. He won’t take it,” Tiwa explained.

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Olamide, recognizing the challenges female artists face, insisted on contributing without charge. “He said I’m his sister and he knows how difficult it is for a woman to make it in the industry. And guess what? He gave the verse for free. Good people exist, and Baddo is one,” she shared, highlighting his supportive nature and their sibling-like bond.

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Tiwa’s post resonated with many fans, showcasing Olamide’s generosity and the strong camaraderie within the Nigerian music industry. This gesture not only reflects Olamide’s character but also sheds light on the solidarity and mutual support among artists navigating the complexities of the music world.