Latest On Mo’Hits: Leaked Emails Between Dbanj and Don Jazzy Released

Leaked emails exchanged between Dbanj and Don Jazzy were recently obtained and released by Punch Newspapers, the emails provide more insight into the cause of the break up and the current state of affairs at Mo’Hits.

You can view the emails below:

D’banj must pay all the debts of Mo’Hits – Don Jazzy

In regards to D’banj’s claim for 100 percent ownership of all songs recorded under the Mo’Hits imprint, the acclaimed producer in an email on March 17th, states, “That Mo’Hits Records does not already own 100 per cent of the songs. Note that Mo’Hits Records only owns 60 per cent of the songs and 40 per cent belongs to the individual artiste. So, 40 per cent of the songs is not mine to give.” He continues, “That me (I am) giving him (D’banj) my share of the catalogue does not and will never include him having the right to stop them (the artistes)  from performing the songs or give him the right to claim any monies for live performances of these songs. And any loans or debt owed by Mo’Hits records as at today will be cleared by Mr D’banj as I am clearly not aware of any.”

Don Jazzy states further that the catalogues he is releasing to his former partner only consists of songs already released in an album exempting new singles and unreleased materials. “So, songs like Wande Coal’sGo Low and Been Long You Saw Me are not part of this catalogue he is receiving. Also, an artiste like D’Prince, not only has he not released any album, he has not signed any contract whatsoever with Mo’Hits Records. That he has no right to claim any monies for deals that have been brokered already as at today with the catalogues or stop their usage. It is important to note that any unreleased songs done by any artiste (including D’banj and K-Switch) MUST NOT be released and is not part of the catalogue I am giving away.”

He adds, “With these few points, I do hope that you all realise that I have been generous enough to facilitate the End of the “D’banj & Don Jazzy” era as a team. After this new deal has been signed and sealed, I do NOT look forward to seeing an email whatsoever or hearing from the DKM (D’banj, K-Switch, Mo’Hits) crew, and all is well again.”

Will you return the Bentley I bought for you? – D’banj

Same day, D’banj responded to the email, stating, “In case he (Don Jazzy) forgot, this is the arrangement! 50/50—–song writer/ production, which means for a song X for artiste Y, 75 per cent as per production is fully owned by Mo’Hits and writing is shared 25/25 with the individual artiste co- writing. So, that’s the deal! So him (sic) saying 40 per cent is not his to give away is more like 75per me and 25per each artiste.”

He then asks, “What do you mean by any bills or loans would be cleared by Mr. D’banj? That will never happen because when I ran the company, I ran it perfectly and well. So, if I give him my shares he is left with 100 per cent liability. My catalogue is everything that has been done with the Mo’Hits system and under the normal agreement we have, that means everything I have recorded or that has been recorded whether new or old, or even classic, whether beat with concept or even idea without beats, anything we did as a team and sponsored by me throughout, then, it is mine. Including K-switch clause and all mine and even Wande’s singles and all till the date of signing even today.”

Continuing, D’banj writes, “And now, (I) wanna clear the air on this Samsung deal! I would expect by now that you understand that me keeping quiet is being GENEROUS because this is a deal structured under Mo’Hits Records, (and it is) the first deal and income you would ever bring into the company in  eight years. We shared the first 150k (One hundred and fifty thousand dollars) the right way, 1/3 down and that was cool. But after you collected another 130k and did not say anything (that) is and could be described as theft! I only refused to contact them (Samsung) directly because of your reputation. But please don’t call me a fool and let’s know who is generous!” D’banj was not coy about his anger. He states that after sharing over N1bn with Don Jazzy in their Mo’Hits days, he was shocked that the producer would now sideline him when he got the balance from Samsung.’’

D’banj writes further, “Please, please, will he (Don Jazzy) return the Bentley because I bought it for him and it was N5.2m more than mine? And Prince that he claims has no signed contract but is actively involved and signed via engagement– I win his catalogue too – all recorded whether released now or not! This is because no one questioned me when I bought D’Prince N11m naira car (LR3/Range) without releasing any album just to boost the image of the boy and it worked for him! So, let’s get the facts straight, I AM BEING MORE THAN GENEROUS.”

Good music deal and other issues

After Don Jazzy inferred on twitter that the end might have come for Mo’Hits, E-Punch reliably gathers that D’banj was prevailed upon by close friends and associates not to talk despite being aggrieved that his lifelong friend had painted him black before the public. But the hyperactive entertainer, the source says, may have reached his tether’s end and any moment from now would reveal to the world all that went wrong between him and Don Jazzy. Part of what he will talk about, E-Punch learns, will dwell on the genesis of their separation and the point at which Don Jazzy advised that they did away with Mo’Hits and concentrate on their GOOD Music deal. “It was D’banj who prevailed on him that even if they were going to concentrate on their deal with Kanye, they didn’t need to do away with Mo’Hits,” says the source. When the deal with GOOD Music sailed through, Don Jazzy was signed on as a producer while D’banj was the artiste. By virtue of how the American music system works, producers are only meant to be heard not seen. So, the source says further, “Kanye and D’banj and the other guys were always going out leaving behind the producers, including Don Jazzy, which didn’t go down well with him. After some time, D’banj noticed this and to placate him, he bought both of them a Bentley each. Further, he also bought a house in Atlanta, equipped with high tech studio equipment so that Don Jazzy could be working mostly from their new home but he was not appeased as he felt that he was being outshined by D’banj.”

On the other hand, Don Jazzy allegedly told his close associates that the reason he decided to part ways with D’banj was because of an alleged arrogance which was impacting negatively on the other artistes. Long before Mo’Hits evolved, they were friends before becoming partners, putting up with each other’s shortcomings but fame and money have combined to becloud their tolerance of each other.

34 Comments

  • D banj pls b careful,dis don jazzy is evil he is only puttin on fake personality(remember sussy q).his point is baseles 100%.i know dat u cant b d cause of dis seperation.u have d prayers of ur loyal fans,stay blsd african legend.don jazzy is not maturd

  • Most of those who commented were baias,they try to tribalise the issue instead of settle it.may be we never got the whole details,but from the little we gathered,we learnt that their seperation was due to D’banj’s neglect of Don jazy,not actually the money he got,they both started well on a record which was growing,they attended shows and made fame and money,suddenly Kanye West came in and signed him or them and instructed that Don Jazy stays at home while D’banj goes around with the big boys.put yourself in Don jazy’s shoes

    • You are a typical Igbo man! Greedy and jealous of your friend’s progress. If Don Jazzy wants to go out let him become a full time artiste. Simple! He is very childish!

  • @emmanuel U̶̲̥̅̊ no get brain at all witout donjazzy dbanj will b IA̶̲̥̅ pastor am sure dbanj is D̶̲̥̅̊ cause and D̶̲̥̅̊ guy is crazy cos of G̶̲̥̅Ơ̴̴̴̴͡.̮Ơ̴̴̴͡D̶̲̥̅ music he dumped is family illuminati doest jst gives it also takes hope U̶̲̥̅̊ av IA̶̲̥̅ nice life with non africns

  • @ Kinto Isco. How dear you? The only people not to trusted is a yuroba man! The sell anything for money. Don’t you know the work that’s done behind the scenes is the most important part of any music industry. Dbanj is just the face. Your so foolish! Wake up and smell the coffee! It like barbie doll, That’s just the product. But it’s work behind the scene and marketing that sells barbie to consumers! What you said is so hurtful think before you speak! Dbanj will reap what he has sown. His greed and ego will be his downfall if he is not careful because he and don jazzy are team. Without the team work Dbanj will become kanye west puppet.

  • @G.mark,my God wil bless u, water that 4gets its source wil surely dry up, wat do u xpect,don jazzy sitn dwn at hme wrkn on musik al d tym while d ungrateful element wil be reapn evn more dn 90% of he sow. D banj wil surely regret a day he signed a record wiv d luminati. Omo ale yoruba. Dnt loose heavn becos of dis life. Worth nt dyn 4.

  • The 2 of dem shld not have let things degenerate 2 this level.If I were DJ,I’d stay @ home honing my production skills-knowin dat some day soon my time 2 shine will come.Even KW was a producer b4 deciding 2 per4m.Many artistes rush 2 u when u r a good producer-and DJ is a damn good 1.Check out Quincy Jones,LA Reid/Babyface,Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and several others who gained recognition as producers-even KW.However,I won’t lay any blame on DJ (who I believe is older-even if it’s by a day);in fact I won’t blame any of them.I’d only advise them 2 go have a face-2-face discussion and sort this out;United they stand,divided they fall.May GOD help and guide them.

  • They both started well,bt ended in a wrong way,the money n the fame was what brougth abt ther break up, if don jazzy produce the beat n d’banj attends to show,wats wrong with that, who takes the glory? Its the producer of the beat.. So i think they both displace understanding along the line.

  • Don jazzy u re a disgrace 2 ur fan cous u re not mansure @ll wat u both should settle btw each order is wat everyone is knwin nw. D banj u rilly fuckup man I lyk u alot, pls u both should settle dis tin among urself is not proper pls just be careful with people around u D banj. I guess 4rm dis u both u will learn nd God make an end 2 dis tin dat is goingon btw u guys

  • You all critczing dbanj for signing good music are not only baised, sentimental but stupid as well. This world is in a global stage and an opportuinity to showcase your passion to the world is highly welcomed. So because you want him to be stagnant here in nigeria music he shouldn’ŧ face new challenges like being an international figure…check out akon, and others…they seized opportuinities when they came…..Ya haters are lame and stupid. Fine this dispute should have been settled indoors, but he is not a traitor be realistic!

  • @Tuolo… Read Dozie G’s comments. It’s the two of them that signed the G.O.O.D deal. It just that K.W wants DonJ to stay @home, as a producer while Dbanj goes out n’ rubs shoulder with big boyz. Get it straight.

  • One thing people should get is that,they have to read views and understand them before rushing into making baseless comments,@Tuoyo,you were in a hurry to make points,and you ended up disgracing yourself,who is stupid?,nobody,my pal,relax…Nobody said that D’banj should be stagnant,nobody said that he shouldnt sign with Kanye,infact,we are praying that our artists gets good deals,but the issue is that Don Jazy was abandoned,it was as if he was demoted..note..every river that forgets it’s source will…………………….

  • i’m an upcoming artist. Both in music and movie. Infact all round. Grab me for your own good.
    Talking about these two guys, they both are acting weird.
    Number one – Shoe get size
    Number two – Mentality get grade
    Number three – Africans love money pass
    Number four – Greedyiness is not good.

    think of how YM has been surviving with a small boy as their leader. Then they merged and became YMCMB. Whites loves themselves soo much than we the blacks. Birdmam respected lil wayne soo much when he knew that wayne had more fame than him. Birdman was the man that brought up wayne as a little boy but look at how they are surviving. Even when they wanted to seperate last two years, wayne sang a song for it but it wasn’t brought out publicly this way. Listen to lil wayne – I’m me.
    We all have to imitate the whites if not for anything, for their good sides and the way the behave. It’s well.

  • Dbanj av sold his life 2 d devil. Both d banj n don jazzy wil end their lifes like 2pac n biggi Killed by d illuminati. If don jazzy isnt in illuminati but he dey cult or he dey go herbalis man house. U guyz r goin 2 hell. Fools 4 fame n money. I pittin ur parents dem.

  • I think their’s more 2 dis whole razzmatazz, compared 2 d issue of 1 stayin @ home nd d other hangin out with d ”Boyz”.
    I just blive their’s nottin hidden under d sun. ..Tym will sure reveal!

  • Bola, kip quiet, Don jazzy deserve any tin his gainin nw, who d,banj, he shuld b tinkin of hw he wil b singin wit d devil in hell.. D,banj is d 1 nt matured, hw can u eat ur cake n hv it bk, y wil u buy a car 4 sum1 n u want 2 take it bk, u b Timaya ?. D’banj don fuckup.. Ma musical daddy Don Don Don Jazzy am solidily behind ….u ride on joor……g.

  • i guess the issue here we are still blind to the root of the matter, to me d,banj is feeling guilty for buying Bentley for don jezzy and don jezzy feels he worth than that but all the same lets fold our hands n see what happen.HIPHOP GAME NO ONE KNOWS THE END

  • Hasty conclusions will only result in absurd commentaries, peeps. It’s meaningless and inappropriate for you guys to leave derisory comments for yourselves on an issue which bears no direct connection with you, even though you would want to justify your reason as Nigerian matters. They both made the conclusion regardless of who initiated it. They have set the ball rolling, let’s just keep our fingers crossed and watch events unfold. I loves the Nigerians passion. God bless you all.

  • I could still remember when d’ banj lauch his 1st album. Who is d’banj? Wetin e dey sing sef? People make star & dat what was kills Idris Abdulkarim careen. When u become star, u wil begin 2 feel like u made ursef. If not 4 don jazzy who 4 know d’ banj? I no fit buy him cd & worse of all e go join illuminatic, oyinbo no go buy ur cd except d devil wey u dey serve close their eyes & touch their mind mumu boy

  • M3..pls grow up.u talk lyk a child..JT is right.if nt 4 don jazzy, dat boy wud hv bin hawking pure water or pushing trucks by now..kanye west sef naim worst..he is d major cause of dia seperation.he came & made decision 4 jazzy 2b at home while dbanj is wit d ‘BOYS’..so wat did dbanj do next?, he buys him a bentley car 2 shut his mouth frm sayin wat shud b said?..dbanj is jst 2 proud.he’s a yoruba and i am a yoruba.bt i’ll see d truth and say it..not bcos of tribalism i shud cover it..evrytn changed wen he joind d devil(illuminati)..he really doesnt hav any fear of God despite d fact dat his parents are pastors in a church..wat a shame!! are u aware he was disgraced publicly 4 being proud? In UK, he went 2 perform and as he entered on stage, he shouted loud ‘who is better than me’…he kept asking dat question untill his fans over there answered him and said ‘don jazzy’..he left d stage havin being disgraced..now luk at dat, who’s d fool nw? He jst made jazzy d best over him..our pple say pride goes over a fall..i pray he repents n cum out frm dat devilish oath he sold his soul to.may God help him.amen

  • D’banj must pay all the debts of Mo’Hits – Don Jazzy
    In regards to D’banj’s claim for 100 percent ownership of all songs recorded under the Mo’Hits imprint, the acclaimed producer in an email on March 17th, states, “That Mo’Hits Records does not already own 100 per cent of the songs. Note that Mo’Hits Records only owns 60 per cent of the songs and 40 per cent belongs to the individual artiste. So, 40 per cent of the songs is not mine to give.” He continues, “That me (I am) giving him (D’banj) my share of the catalogue does not and will never include him having the right to stop them (the artistes) from performing the songs or give him the right to claim any monies for live performances of these songs. And any loans or debt owed by Mo’Hits records as at today will be cleared by Mr D’banj as I am clearly not aware of any.”
    Don Jazzy states further that the catalogues he is releasing to his former partner only consists of songs already released in an album exempting new singles and unreleased materials. “So, songs like Wande Coal’sGo Low and Been Long You Saw Me are not part of this catalogue he is receiving. Also, an artiste like D’Prince, not only has he not released any album, he has not signed any contract whatsoever with Mo’Hits Records. That he has no right to claim any monies for deals that have been brokered already as at today with the catalogues or stop their usage. It is important to note that any unreleased songs done by any artiste (including D’banj and K-Switch) MUST NOT be released and is not part of the catalogue I am giving away.”
    He adds, “With these few points, I do hope that you all realise that I have been generous enough to facilitate the End of the “D’banj & Don Jazzy” era as a team. After this new deal has been signed and sealed, I do NOT look forward to seeing an email whatsoever or hearing from the DKM (D’banj, K-Switch, Mo’Hits) crew, and all is well again.”
    Will you return the Bentley I bought for you? – D’banj
    Same day, D’banj responded to the email, stating, “In case he (Don Jazzy) forgot, this is the arrangement! 50/50—–song writer/ production, which means for a song X for artiste Y, 75 per cent as per production is fully owned by Mo’Hits and writing is shared 25/25 with the individual artiste co- writing. So, that’s the deal! So him (sic) saying 40 per cent is not his to give away is more like 75per me and 25per each artiste.”
    He then asks, “What do you mean by any bills or loans would be cleared by Mr. D’banj? That will never happen because when I ran the company, I ran it perfectly and well. So, if I give him my shares he is left with 100 per cent liability. My catalogue is everything that has been done with the Mo’Hits system and under the normal agreement we have, that means everything I have recorded or that has been recorded whether new or old, or even classic, whether beat with concept or even idea without beats, anything we did as a team and sponsored by me throughout, then, it is mine. Including K-switch clause and all mine and even Wande’s singles and all till the date of signing even today.”
    Continuing, D’banj writes, “And now, (I) wanna clear the air on this Samsung deal! I would expect by now that you understand that me keeping quiet is being GENEROUS because this is a deal structured under Mo’Hits Records, (and it is) the first deal and income you would ever bring into the company in eight years. We shared the first 150k (One hundred and fifty thousand dollars) the right way, 1/3 down and that was cool. But after you collected another 130k and did not say anything (that) is and could be described as theft! I only refused to contact them (Samsung) directly because of your reputation. But please don’t call me a fool and let’s know who is generous!” D’banj was not coy about his anger. He states that after sharing over N1bn with Don Jazzy in their Mo’Hits days, he was shocked that the producer would now sideline him when he got the balance from Samsung.’’
    D’banj writes further, “Please, please, will he (Don Jazzy) return the Bentley because I bought it for him and it was N5.2m more than mine? And Prince that he claims has no signed contract but is actively involved and signed via engagement– I win his catalogue too – all recorded whether released now or not! This is because no one questioned me when I bought D’Prince N11m naira car (LR3/Range) without releasing any album just to boost the image of the boy and it worked for him! So, let’s get the facts straight, I AM BEING MORE THAN GENEROUS.”
    Good music deal and other issues
    After Don Jazzy inferred on twitter that the end might have come for Mo’Hits, E-Punch reliably gathers that D’banj was prevailed upon by close friends and associates not to talk despite being aggrieved that his lifelong friend had painted him black before the public. But the hyperactive entertainer, the source says, may have reached his tether’s end and any moment from now would reveal to the world all that went wrong between him and Don Jazzy. Part of what he will talk about, E-Punch learns, will dwell on the genesis of their separation and the point at which Don Jazzy advised that they did away with Mo’Hits and concentrate on their GOOD Music deal. “It was D’banj who prevailed on him that even if they were going to concentrate on their deal with Kanye, they didn’t need to do away with Mo’Hits,” says the source. When the deal with GOOD Music sailed through, Don Jazzy was signed on as a producer while D’banj was the artiste. By virtue of how the American music system works, producers are only meant to be heard not seen. So, the source says further, “Kanye and D’banj and the other guys were always going out leaving behind the producers, including Don Jazzy, which didn’t go down well with him. After some time, D’banj noticed this and to placate him, he bought both of them a Bentley each. Further, he also bought a house in Atlanta, equipped with high tech studio equipment so that Don Jazzy could be working mostly from their new home but he was not appeased as he felt that he was being outshined by D’banj.”
    On the other hand, Don Jazzy allegedly told his close associates that the reason he decided to part ways with D’banj was because of an alleged arrogance which was impacting negatively on the other artistes. Long before Mo’Hits evolved, they were friends before becoming partners, putting up with each other’s shortcomings but fame and money have combined to becloud their tolerance of each other.

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    30 Comments
    Wadlas
    April 13, 2012 at 7:45 pm
    Both ll regret ur actions if u dont minimize ur talk with press… Goooodluck both….
    Emmanuel
    April 13, 2012 at 8:21 pm
    D banj pls b careful,dis don jazzy is evil he is only puttin on fake personality(remember sussy q).his point is baseles 100%.i know dat u cant b d cause of dis seperation.u have d prayers of ur loyal fans,stay blsd african legend.don jazzy is not maturd
    Kinto isco
    April 14, 2012 at 3:33 am
    Dats d problem doin business with igbo men, they are nevr genue. De banj we are behind u, jst be carefull.
    Tega,Nigeria
    April 14, 2012 at 5:36 am
    Issues like dis can only b settled by both of dem.it is bginin 2 affect d artiste under dier crew.its a big disgrace 2dem bot.
    Dozie G Mark
    April 14, 2012 at 6:31 am
    Most of those who commented were baias,they try to tribalise the issue instead of settle it.may be we never got the whole details,but from the little we gathered,we learnt that their seperation was due to D’banj’s neglect of Don jazy,not actually the money he got,they both started well on a record which was growing,they attended shows and made fame and money,suddenly Kanye West came in and signed him or them and instructed that Don Jazy stays at home while D’banj goes around with the big boys.put yourself in Don jazy’s shoes
    ayodeji
    April 14, 2012 at 1:38 pm
    @emmanuel U̶̲̥̅̊ no get brain at all witout donjazzy dbanj will b IA̶̲̥̅ pastor am sure dbanj is D̶̲̥̅̊ cause and D̶̲̥̅̊ guy is crazy cos of G̶̲̥̅Ơ̴̴̴̴͡.̮Ơ̴̴̴͡D̶̲̥̅ music he dumped is family illuminati doest jst gives it also takes hope U̶̲̥̅̊ av IA̶̲̥̅ nice life with non africns
    Mary
    April 14, 2012 at 7:18 pm
    @ Kinto Isco. How dear you? The only people not to trusted is a yuroba man! The sell anything for money. Don’t you know the work that’s done behind the scenes is the most important part of any music industry. Dbanj is just the face. Your so foolish! Wake up and smell the coffee! It like barbie doll, That’s just the product. But it’s work behind the scene and marketing that sells barbie to consumers! What you said is so hurtful think before you speak! Dbanj will reap what he has sown. His greed and ego will be his downfall if he is not careful because he and don jazzy are team. Without the team work Dbanj will become kanye west puppet.
    Crystal black
    April 14, 2012 at 9:16 pm
    @G.mark,my God wil bless u, water that 4gets its source wil surely dry up, wat do u xpect,don jazzy sitn dwn at hme wrkn on musik al d tym while d ungrateful element wil be reapn evn more dn 90% of he sow. D banj wil surely regret a day he signed a record wiv d luminati. Omo ale yoruba. Dnt loose heavn becos of dis life. Worth nt dyn 4.
    Frank
    April 15, 2012 at 4:44 am
    Its as if K.W wants to separate both of them, and then leave them hanging in the air.
    Plugg
    April 15, 2012 at 8:13 am
    The 2 of dem shld not have let things degenerate 2 this level.If I were DJ,I’d stay @ home honing my production skills-knowin dat some day soon my time 2 shine will come.Even KW was a producer b4 deciding 2 per4m.Many artistes rush 2 u when u r a good producer-and DJ is a damn good 1.Check out Quincy Jones,LA Reid/Babyface,Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and several others who gained recognition as producers-even KW.However,I won’t lay any blame on DJ (who I believe is older-even if it’s by a day);in fact I won’t blame any of them.I’d only advise them 2 go have a face-2-face discussion and sort this out;United they stand,divided they fall.May GOD help and guide them.
    T33soLo
    April 15, 2012 at 3:41 pm
    They both started well,bt ended in a wrong way,the money n the fame was what brougth abt ther break up, if don jazzy produce the beat n d’banj attends to show,wats wrong with that, who takes the glory? Its the producer of the beat.. So i think they both displace understanding along the line.
    heyzed
    April 16, 2012 at 12:44 am
    Na wa ooooooo
    bola
    April 16, 2012 at 8:47 am
    Don jazzy u re a disgrace 2 ur fan cous u re not mansure @ll wat u both should settle btw each order is wat everyone is knwin nw. D banj u rilly fuckup man I lyk u alot, pls u both should settle dis tin among urself is not proper pls just be careful with people around u D banj. I guess 4rm dis u both u will learn nd God make an end 2 dis tin dat is goingon btw u guys
    Tuoyo
    April 16, 2012 at 8:53 am
    You all critczing dbanj for signing good music are not only baised, sentimental but stupid as well. This world is in a global stage and an opportuinity to showcase your passion to the world is highly welcomed. So because you want him to be stagnant here in nigeria music he shouldn’ŧ face new challenges like being an international figure…check out akon, and others…they seized opportuinities when they came…..Ya haters are lame and stupid. Fine this dispute should have been settled indoors, but he is not a traitor be realistic!
    Frank
    April 17, 2012 at 3:21 am
    @Tuolo… Read Dozie G’s comments. It’s the two of them that signed the G.O.O.D deal. It just that K.W wants DonJ to stay @home, as a producer while Dbanj goes out n’ rubs shoulder with big boyz. Get it straight.
    Don nonny
    April 17, 2012 at 3:10 pm
    D’ banj dnt knw dat don jazzy made him wat he is 2day, infact i’m disapointed in him
    Dozie G Mark
    April 17, 2012 at 6:14 pm
    One thing people should get is that,they have to read views and understand them before rushing into making baseless comments,@Tuoyo,you were in a hurry to make points,and you ended up disgracing yourself,who is stupid?,nobody,my pal,relax…Nobody said that D’banj should be stagnant,nobody said that he shouldnt sign with Kanye,infact,we are praying that our artists gets good deals,but the issue is that Don Jazy was abandoned,it was as if he was demoted..note..every river that forgets it’s source will…………………….
    skigba18
    April 17, 2012 at 8:08 pm
    i’m an upcoming artist. Both in music and movie. Infact all round. Grab me for your own good.
    Talking about these two guys, they both are acting weird.
    Number one – Shoe get size
    Number two – Mentality get grade
    Number three – Africans love money pass
    Number four – Greedyiness is not good.
    think of how YM has been surviving with a small boy as their leader. Then they merged and became YMCMB. Whites loves themselves soo much than we the blacks. Birdmam respected lil wayne soo much when he knew that wayne had more fame than him. Birdman was the man that brought up wayne as a little boy but look at how they are surviving. Even when they wanted to seperate last two years, wayne sang a song for it but it wasn’t brought out publicly this way. Listen to lil wayne – I’m me.
    We all have to imitate the whites if not for anything, for their good sides and the way the behave. It’s well.
    Face
    April 18, 2012 at 12:41 am
    Wat a world money bring pal fame brings separation
    Governor
    April 18, 2012 at 12:22 pm
    Dbanj av sold his life 2 d devil. Both d banj n don jazzy wil end their lifes like 2pac n biggi Killed by d illuminati. If don jazzy isnt in illuminati but he dey cult or he dey go herbalis man house. U guyz r goin 2 hell. Fools 4 fame n money. I pittin ur parents dem.
    ossy
    April 18, 2012 at 3:31 pm
    I think their’s more 2 dis whole razzmatazz, compared 2 d issue of 1 stayin @ home nd d other hangin out with d ”Boyz”.
    I just blive their’s nottin hidden under d sun. ..Tym will sure reveal!
    kaddey
    April 18, 2012 at 6:03 pm
    dozie, u re a gud comentator
    Don Chyme
    April 19, 2012 at 12:14 am
    Bola, kip quiet, Don jazzy deserve any tin his gainin nw, who d,banj, he shuld b tinkin of hw he wil b singin wit d devil in hell.. D,banj is d 1 nt matured, hw can u eat ur cake n hv it bk, y wil u buy a car 4 sum1 n u want 2 take it bk, u b Timaya ?. D’banj don fuckup.. Ma musical daddy Don Don Don Jazzy am solidily behind ….u ride on joor……g.
    Dozie G Mark
    April 19, 2012 at 1:16 pm
    If you say so@Kaddey
    kaffo
    May 7, 2012 at 4:55 pm
    i guess the issue here we are still blind to the root of the matter, to me d,banj is feeling guilty for buying Bentley for don jezzy and don jezzy feels he worth than that but all the same lets fold our hands n see what happen.HIPHOP GAME NO ONE KNOWS THE END
    jami3y
    May 23, 2012 at 7:16 pm
    Hasty conclusions will only result in absurd commentaries, peeps. It’s meaningless and inappropriate for you guys to leave derisory comments for yourselves on an issue which bears no direct connection with you, even though you would want to justify your reason as Nigerian matters. They both made the conclusion regardless of who initiated it. They have set the ball rolling, let’s just keep our fingers crossed and watch events unfold. I loves the Nigerians passion. God bless you all.
    JT
    May 28, 2012 at 7:14 am
    I could still remember when d’ banj lauch his 1st album. Who is d’banj? Wetin e dey sing sef? People make star & dat what was kills Idris Abdulkarim careen. When u become star, u wil begin 2 feel like u made ursef. If not 4 don jazzy who 4 know d’ banj? I no fit buy him cd & worse of all e go join illuminatic, oyinbo no go buy ur cd except d devil wey u dey serve close their eyes & touch their mind mumu boy
    M3
    June 9, 2012 at 11:22 pm
    Jt u ar a big fool. Who cares whether u buy his album? Does he know u even xist? Wake up wawa
    Nokia
    July 11, 2012 at 12:29 pm
    M3..pls grow up.u talk lyk a child..JT is right.if nt 4 don jazzy, dat boy wud hv bin hawking pure water or pushing trucks by now..kanye west sef naim worst..he is d major cause of dia seperation.he came & made decision 4 jazzy 2b at home while dbanj is wit d ‘BOYS’..so wat did dbanj do next?, he buys him a bentley car 2 shut his mouth frm sayin wat shud b said?..dbanj is jst 2 proud.he’s a yoruba and i am a yoruba.bt i’ll see d truth and say it..not bcos of tribalism i shud cover it..evrytn changed wen he joind d devil(illuminati)..he really doesnt hav any fear of God despite d fact dat his parents are pastors in a church..wat a shame!! are u aware he was disgraced publicly 4 being proud? In UK, he went 2 perform and as he entered on stage, he shouted loud ‘who is better than me’…he kept asking dat question untill his fans over there answered him and said ‘don jazzy’..he left d stage havin being disgraced..now luk at dat, who’s d fool nw? He jst made jazzy d best over him..our pple say pride goes over a fall..i pray he repents n cum out frm dat devilish oath he sold his soul to.may God help him.amen
    jade
    July 16, 2012 at 11:06 pm
    screw u all
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  • I really like ur point of view,well judge nobody,so that u may not be judge,I like booth of you,u pple shld settle ting amicable btw each other,life is so easy,d’banj u don’t have to cause them leave everyting to God let him judge those who do not no wat happen nd start making stupid comment.they r all rug rat.

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