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This is deeper than we thought. What started out as a joke to many people was no lie after all. Tiwa Savage's husband of two years indeed tried to take his own life by attempting to jump off the Leki-Ikoyi toll bridge this morning.

A source who witnessed the whole thing and was one of the men who pulled Teebillz off the bridge exclusively informed Linda Ikeji Blog that around past 9 this morning while driving the bridge, a car had hit his from behind damaging his car. According to him, he came out and confronted Teebillz for hitting his car (not knowing who he was) and that Teebillz told him to leave him; that there was a reason for the impact....that he was planning to commit suicide and that he, the witness would hear about it later.

The eye witness by name Chukwuma Ani said he insisted the driver must come down from his car and noticed alcohol on the floor of his car....While shouting at him, Teebillz suddenly drove his car with speed to the front. He chased him down  and approached him again, asking and telling him he couldn't even apologize for hitting his car and was instead trying to drive off. He said as he was still criticizing him, Teebillz got down from his car and walked to the bridge railing. It was at this point that two other cars approached them and that Teebillz was already trying to jump. He said a light skinned guy came out from the first car and began running towards Teebillz screaming and that ws when he realized what was happening.

The eye witness also mentioned Banky W and Peter Okoye (Psquare) as part of those that joined him and the fair man in pulling Teebillz out.
"I thought I was watching a movie. The man held the railing and tried to jump over it and that was when the yellow man held him and started shouting for help. The two of them nearly fell into the water. I quickly joined the yellow man to pull out and while we were struggling with him, one Psquare twin and Banky W joined us to pull the man out"- Chukwuma Ani

Reports say Teebillz is doing better now and family and friends are with him. Remember I talked about depression seriously on "Real Talk"....we should always be alert to see the signs and please don't judge anyone's actions. We hope he gets all the help he deserves. Prayers Up!

Source: Linda Ikeji Blog