Nigerian Female Celebrities That Are Cultist

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By  | Mar 22, 2022, 08:03 AM  | Top of The

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The Nigerian entertainment industry grew in popularity 10 years ago, resulting in considerable growth in the wealth profiles of Nigerian celebrities (musicians, actors, actresses and comedians). In some quarters, this dramatic change in fortune was ascribed to the efforts of a few performers.

Many people have been accused (and some have been condemned) of cultism and demon-worshipping nowadays. We'll look at the Nigerian female celebrities that are cultists in this post.

Tiwa Savage

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Tiwa Savage is a well-known Nigerian singer who is noted for her unique voice. This successful female actress has been the subject of several tabloid stories about her personal life. She has been suspected of being a member of the Illuminati cult. Her move from Mavin Records to Common Music Group in the United States may have added fire to the rumors that she is a member of the Illuminati organization.

Hence, she makes it to our list of Nigerian female celebrities that are cultists.

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Other Tiwa Savage Controversies

Tiwa Savage was reportedly embroiled in a brawl with Seyi Shay in an exclusive bar in highbrow Lekki, Lagos, on June 8, 2021.

Tiwa was seen in a viral video taking issue with Seyi Shay's welcome, which was followed by an exchange of words and obscenities between the two musicians. According to Premium Times, Seyi released a diss track in 2017 in which he called Tiwa a variety of names. According to reports, Tiwa had shown dislike to being questioned about Seyi Shay's Pepsi sponsorship in a radio interview earlier in 2015.

Tiwa revealed in an interview on October 8, 2021, that someone was attempting to extort and blackmail her with a leaked sex tape of her and her boyfriend; later, on October 19, 2021, the contents of the sex tape were revealed and the male partner's identity unknown.

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The sex tape issue has elicited mixed responses, with some fans claiming that the leaked film was just a marketing gimmick. While the majority of fans and public figures have reacted negatively to Savage's sex video incident, certain celebrities, like Mercy Aigbe, Harrysong, and others, have resorted to social media to express their support for her.

She later proceeded to Instagram to post a cryptic message that said, "Charge that sh*t to the game and never talk about it again," implying that supporters should disregard what they had seen.

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Simi

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Simi is a well-known Nigerian singer who is noted for her melancholy voice. The female celebrity was seen wearing the Supreme Eiye confraternity's well-known pink beret. Although females do not directly join this cult, it is rumoured that she is a member of the feminine chapter, which is backed up by the Supreme Eiye cult.

Therefore, she is on our list among Nigerian female celebrities that are cultists.

Cult organizations exist in Nigeria, as they do everywhere else, as secret societies that are similar to student organisations that exist among university students.
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Most cult organizations in Nigeria have been involved in some kind of violence, and most of them are associated with it. Celebrities are just like the rest of us, and cultism has been connected to a lot of them.

Some of them have shown symptoms of belonging to a certain fraternity, as seen by their lifestyle, lyrics, attire, and style. Cultists use a variety of handshakes, which may entail gripping the wrist and/or twisting the fingers. This is referred to as clawing among cultists.

Well, that wraps up our list of Nigerian female celebrities that are cultists.
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