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INTERESTING!! Teebillz reveals what appeals to men in ladies these days

INTERESTING!! Teebillz reveals what appeals to men in ladies these days

Fashion is dynamic, it changes with time and like a clock, it goes back to where it had started earlier on. Top female singer Tiwa Savage’s estranged husband Teebillz who has been off the news for a while now finds a way to come back to the consciousness of people.

The father of three who relocated out of the country after his marriage with Tiwa suffered hiccups has taken to the his Instastory to reveal the kind of women that appeal to men these days. Lately, ladies prefer going out in scarcely clad outfit so as to draw the attention of men but Teebillz is saying men are tired of this trend.

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He is saying men are now more interested in fully clothed ladies who leave men to imagine what they have under their dresses.

The artist manager reveals that men want ladies to go back to the fashion trend of the 90s when there was no makeup and filters to doctor what ladies look like. He wrote: “The sexiest thing right now is a covered up lady that lets you put your imagination to work. Back to the 90s before makeup and filters!”

Reports earlier stated that Tiwa Savage revealed her struggle with self-esteem. Tiwa who is seen as one of Nigeria’s finest women and who many people have commended on her beauty. Many ladies have also claimed that she is their role model when it comes to fashion, style and beauty.

Despite this attestation from many, the beautiful singer just revealed that she battles with low self-esteem and does not see herself as a pretty woman. The gorgeous mother of one made this revelation on her Instagram page.

According to her, despite the life of glamour and thrills she is living, she still struggles with low self-esteem and has always felt she was not beautiful most times. Tiwatope highlighted that the life portrayed on social media can be attributed to as one of the reasons for this insecurity.

Tiwa said that the glamour portrayed online is usually stiffening and intimidating.