‘We can’t do without men even though they are craazy’ – Tiwa

Nigerian superstar artiste and songwriter, Tiwa has lifted a line from her song with Simi, to suggest that men are an essential part of life.

The ‘Lova Lova’ crooner who spoke during a recent chat on MTV Live, noted that men are cr@zy but women can’t do without them.

We can’t do without men even though they are crazy - Tiwa

Tiwa relished working with the ‘Duduke’ crooner and described their collaboration as magical while adding that Simi is “a queen in Afrobeats”.

She said; “My collaboration with Simi is titled ‘Men Are Cr@zy But I Still Want One In My Bed.’ The inspiration behind it is that men are cr@zy but we can’t do without them.

“Simi is somebody that I’ve always wanted to work with. She is a queen in Afrobeats so both of us coming together on such an amazing track is magical.”

Meanwhile, a pretty African American lady sparked reactions when she disclosed why she loves dating men from Africa, especially those from Nigeria.

She said that since she stopped dating men from her country and focused on Nigerians, she realised that they have been settling for the bare minimum.

In a viral video, she explained that Nigerian men will not watch their woman struggle, they know how to take care of a home and will bow down to their partner’s feet.

She said that although she still loves her countrymen, they still have a lot to learn about how to love be masculine.

According to her, many Americans are products of broken homes so their men were not raised properly and as such do not know how to treat a woman right.

In another news…

CorrectNG recalls that Kenyan influencer and video vixen, Shakilla Tiffany earlier said that she prefers Nigerian men to those from her country.

The popular socialite spoke on her preference when she was being interviewed by the media about her relationship with Nigerian rapper, Blaqbonez.

Shakilla who was spotted being all lovey-dovey with him, said she went on a casual date with the artiste who recently visited Kenya, but many thought their loved-up moments meant they were dating.

When asked why she was very free and touchy with Blaqbonez, she loved his company because he is a gentleman. She said that Nigerian men are likable expecially because of their generousity, unlike Kenyan men who are stingy.

Shakilla added that they are romantic and last for up to an hour in bed, a quality she said Kenyan men don’t possess. She also claimed that Kenyan guys look alike.