Entertainer Insiders claim that Tee Billz fraudulently collected N2.5m from Remy Martin Nigeria to book for Savage’s performance at an event that was billed to hold sometime in the week, but the man never remitted the money to the singer. But after the interview made the rounds, the management of the cognac company reached out to the singer that it was aware she’s hurting and therefore decided to exempt her from the show.
Details of how Balogun secured the deal despite being fired as the singer’s manager remain unknown. Meanwhile, words have also spread that Savage had shrugged off the mess and moved to a movie location to feature in Funke Akindele’s TV drama entitled ‘The Return of Jenifa’.
Her part in the series had been shot before the fiasco. Our checks revealed that the information is untrue as the singer was already onset earlier on the same day her estranged husband posted the damning Instagram story.
Fans and industry buffs wouldn’t need to worry about TeeBillz’s whereabouts anymore; we learnt reliably that after leaving Banky W’s place, he was quietly moved to a friend’s place in 1004 where a psychotherapist and other close friends would be helping him fight depression.
There may also be plans by his friends to relocate him to the US immediately the storm is over.
Indications are rife that TeeBillz had been barred from using phones for some time to enable him to get out of the gloom early enough.
We also found out that TeeBillz’s ailing mother who was nearly shattered by the squabbles moved to Savage’s Lekki residence to plead with the singer. Our source revealed that Savage’s mother-in-law was there for three days before she left on the 4th of May.