Tiwa Savage Celebrates Her Son’s Birthday In Expensive Designer Outfit (Photos)

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Mommy JamJam is super excited as her son Jamil Olaoluwakintan Akinola David Balogun turns 4 on Monday 22nd July 2019. Celebrating his new age on social media, the ‘Sugar Cane’ crooner wrote down some touching words about her baby!

She released lovely photos of her son and herself with the caption: ‘Olaoluwakintan may you be great, kind and loving. May your days be Long. May you call His name Jesus Christ all the days of your life. Happy Birthday, JamJam. I love you more than life itself’

Many celebrities showered praises on ‘JamJam’ and congratulated Tiwa. See some comments below: funkejenifaakindele: “Amen. Happy birthday, Son. Oluwa a da e si o”

omawonder: “Happy Birthday Jamjam!!”

officialwaje: “Happy birthday sweetie”

bryanokwara: “Happy birthday youngin”

theonlychigul: “Happy birthday happy Jam Jam”

do2dtun: “Jam anything with sweg ..”

lilianesoroo: “Hbd son”

The last time the African Barbie spoke about her baby was after the release of Beyonce’s Lion King: The Gift album, in which she featured in a song with fellow Nigerian singer, Mr. Eazi.

Tiwa Savage as taken to social media to let all African Men know she is out there making good music for them. In her post, she made known that she dedicates the album, The Lion King: The Gift, to all African Kings.

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She wrote; “#TheGift … where do I start with this album. I’ve never been more proud to be a brown skin girl just like I’m so honored to be a mother to a King. My baby Jamil will be 4 in a few days and I realized that I gave birth to a KING. Mufassa had to remind Simba that he is the son of a king, that’s the message of this beautiful song.

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“It is dedicated to African men and all men of African descent. Our kings are being killed and some jailed without justice. Yes, I know this is a movie that shaped a lot of our childhood and we didn’t really see the true message behind it but I believe this soundtrack is a celebration and reminder of who we are.

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“I pray you are blessed while you listen to this song. You’ve been hurt too long and we appreciate you, African kings. You are royalty. Omo oba ma gba gbe, run ti oruko Baba re (Son of a king, don’t you EVER forget) You are the key to your kingdom #LionKing #TheGift Africa the time is NOW”

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