Tiwa Savage flaunts culinary skills with African dish

Tiwa Savage flaunts culinary skills with African dish

Nigerian singer and songwriter, Tiwa Savage has shared the special delicacy she made on Good Friday.

On her Instagram story, the ever-proud Yoruba mother of one shared a photo of the African delicacy she made. She prepared Frijon, which is an Easter delicacy prepared with beans, milk, coconut, and some other ingredients. It is popularly common among Yoruba Christians.

Captioning her post, Tiwa Save revealed that she woke up around 7:00 am to prepare the delicacy, which she noted was common among traditional Lagosians.

“Been up since 7 am to make our popular traditional Lagosian Frijon for God’s Friday”.

Netizens who are ignorant of the dish took to the comment section to mock her, attributing her single status to her perceived lack of culinary skills.

One Ikukun Kemakonam wrote: “Aunty Tiwa please focus on music leave everything food for Chioma Adeleke a.k.a Chef Chi”

One Scratch Man wrote: “No wonder na why una marriage no dey last. Wetin be this? Na koko and stew be this”

One Nwaobi Anoziee wrote: “This is why she is single”

One Xin Night Wolf wrote: I am a Lagosian ad I’ve never seen this one before”

One Tressy Glamz defending her wrote: “Tiwa don turn Catholic o. You guys should not trash what you don’t know. It’s majorly eaten by Catholics on Good Friday.”

One Michael wrote: “Even the gods go frown at this food if you go out am for T junction”

One Hair Arsenal wrote: “We the rich kids can’t relate”.

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