Motolani who works for Pulse Nigeria had on Sunday described Tiwa’s album as an endorsement of ‘Mungo Parking’ in an article.
He said, “In the wake of @TiwaSavage’s inclusion on @TIME’s list of the best albums of 2020 and the twitter storm she created, it feels like the right time for this opinion piece on her brand and the larger issue of ‘Mungo Parking’.”
The 40-year-old in a series of tweet on Sunday fired at the journalist.
“I’m glad you know it’s YOU guys I was talking about. “Because say I quiet no mean say I be fool” – don’t try and turn nigerian media against me to hide your guilty conscience,” she said.
In another tweet Tiwa said her son has made more money than Motolani and Pulse.
“You know how to diss out but you no fit take am when someone speaks up. Struggling brand ke. Even my son bagged more money than your whole company @OneMotolani @PulseNigeria247,” she wrote.
Tiwa’s album was listed as one of the top 10 albums in 2020 by Time Magazine.
Celia was released on August 27 with 13 tracks on it.