‘If I have the chance of doing my marriage over again, l will put God first and not have an elaborate wedding, 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.’
For the first time since his marriage with Tiwa Savage broke down, Teebillz spoke publicly about the marriage and what he would have done differently.
Yesterday, Teebillz was invited by his mentor and life coach, Lanre Olusola to speak as a panelist at Mind the Gap X, a love and relationship class for single, married and divorced people. At the event, Teebillz was quoted saying,