Don Jazzy denies he plans to sack his brother, D’Prince from Mavin Records
Supreme Mavin Dynasty (SMD) head honcho Don Jazzy has denied rumours making the rounds that he intends to sack his brother, D’Prince for non-productivity.
The rumours gained steam after Mavin Records unveiled three new acts on its stable in the persons of the labels first ever rapper, “Poe“, the group DNA as well as multi-talented singer Johnny Drille.
“Lol I bow to una o. How can I sack my top Generals??? I employ them??” Don Jazzy posted on social media.
Read also: Don Jazzy in epic reply after fan suggests Korede Bello is his worst asset
Recall last year, a fan who was not so impressed by Korede Bello’s efforts on the music scene, describing the jerry curls carrying musician as Don Jazzy’s worst asset in a tweet saying: “I’ve always said it; Korede Bello is Don Jazzy’s worst investment. He’s even worse than D’ Prince”.
But in his reply, Don Jazzy in his characteristic mode replied the Twitter user in an epic manner when he scribbled thus on Twitter; “Show me your worst investment that has made over a hundred million naira and has 1.9m fans on Instagram”.
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