Teebillz says if he has the opportunity to do his wedding again he won't have a Dubai ceremony.
Tunji Balogun popularly known as Teebillz said this at the Mind The Gap X a master class event designed by Pastor Wale Adefarasin and life coach expert Lanre Olusola. The theme of the event is 'Reasons Why Marriages Fail In the 21st Century.' The event held today, Saturday, April 15, 2017 at The Lagoon Front in Onikan, Lagos.
Teebillz was one of the speakers at the event. During his session, Teebillz said if he had to do his wedding with Tiwa Savage he would put God first and he won't have a fancy wedding in Dubai.
"If I have the chance of doing my marriage over again "l will put God first and not have an elaborate wedding" said Teebillz.
Tiwa Savage and Teebillz got married in Dubai on April 26, 2014 at the Armani Hotel. It was a lavish wedding ceremony that had virtually the Nigerian entertainment industry in attendance. The Baloguns wedding in Dubai remains one of the most high profile weddings in the entertainment scene.
In the master class Teebillz also went on to speak on the roles of communication, effort, and selfishness plays in marriage. He also advised men not to act as Lords over their wives.
"It's the 21st century & as men; most of us want to live like we are the Lords of the marriage. You're a partner" said Tee Billz, "the main issues when it comes to marriage - Communication, understanding, effort and selfishness."
Additionally Teebillz stated that "It's about our weaknesses,we're here to help eachother. How can you help your partner be the best he/she can be?"
Teebillz and Tiwa Savage's marriage seemingly hit the rocks two years after their wedding in the April 2016. Teebillz accused his wife of witchcraft and adultery. 24 hours later, Pulse exclusively obtained a 45 minute interview of Tiwa Savage speaking on Teebillz's infidelity as a husband and alleged drug use.
Lately it seems the pair are back together even though they are keeping a low profile. They publicly appeared together at the church dedication of their son Jamil in March 2017.