If Tiwa Savage & I could marry again, I'll put God first, no big wedding – Husband Teebillz

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Teebillz has for the first time spoken about how things would be different if he and Tiwa Savage could have done it all over again.

He was speaking as a panelist at Mind the Gap X, a love and relationship class for single, married and divorced people organized by Pastor Wale Adefarasin and life coach, Lanre Olusola.

Tiwa Savage's husband said, "If I have the chance of doing my marriage over again, I will put God first and not have an elaborate wedding."

He went on to describe the tendency for men to want to be in control of the relationship as wrong.

"It’s the 21st century and as men, most of us want to live like we are the lords of the marriage. You’re a partner. It’s about our weaknesses, we’re here to help each other."

The couple had an extravagant traditional wedding in 2013 before topping it up with a destination wedding at the Armani Hotel, Dubai in April 2014.

But if not for God and the intervention of pastors and Lanre Olusola, there marriage would have become history. Both of them have reportedly been undergoing serious marriage counseling.

Tiwa was present to support her husband as he spoke at the event.


  1. well said teebillz,God is in control now and love has conquered all..everything good now

  2. Oladimeji Seun16 April, 2017 15:20

    That is very good as you now coming back to your sences.

  3. He is right. Man always think they are the lords in marriages forgetting that it takes two to tangle

    1. Man should not 'think', he is the lord of the marriage.

  4. I hope it works,y didn't they put God First d last tym though

  5. Thank God the eyes of your understanding has been enlightened

  6. God first before Any other thing

  7. Na God sure pass..

  8. Grace boniface16 April, 2017 16:54

    Enter your comment... Nice one. Wish u all d best in ur home

  9. You better don't marry her again make you not go and die for nothing

  10. Hassan Aderemi16 April, 2017 21:46

    To learn from experience is not admission of failure but addition of knowledge.


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