The Twitter war between Nigerians and Kenyans triggered by Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo got worsen on Sunday after Tiwa Savage tweeted to calm the storm.
Olunloyo had declared Nairobi as the most unsafe city in Africa as she turned down invitation to a media event in Kenya.
Kemi Olunloyo wrote on Saturday: “Kenyan fans, I will no longer be attending #AWiM19 African Women in Media due to a SECURITY THREAT as a result of the Al-Shabab bomb attack today in the Mogadishu Mayor’s office. I will not be in #Nairobi tomorrow. Al-Shabab terrorists often operate in Kenya,” she posted.
Kenyans got infuriated by her attack on their capital, and the fact that their artistes were snubbed by Beyonce in her latest album while Nigeria had six artistes made matters worst.
Tiwa Savage on Sunday wades into the supremacy battle and tweeted: “The truth is NOBODY actually wins when we fight it’s all love from this side.”
Some Twitter users then called her out, telling her to face her music as they enjoy the Twitter war.