Renowned music producer, record label boss, and singer, Don Jazzy, has responded to a recent statement made by fellow artist Davido regarding their first encounter.
Davido had expressed his awe and admiration for Don Jazzy, likening the experience to seeing Jesus for the first time.
During an interview with YouTuber Tayo Aina, Davido opened up about his early music career, his growth in the industry, and his initial meeting with Don Jazzy, whom he regards as his mentor.
The award-winning singer, who recently made headlines for acquiring a limited edition Mercedes Benz-Maybach car, revealed his excitement upon meeting Don Jazzy for the first time, acknowledging the Mavin record boss as a significant influence in his career.
Davido candidly shared that he felt a sense of reverence and had to summon courage to stand in Don Jazzy’s presence during their initial encounter.
The statement sparked interest and curiosity among fans and followers, who eagerly awaited Don Jazzy’s response.
In his words: “Don Jazzy was my mentor. I remember the first time I saw him, it felt like I was looking at Jesus. It was truly amazing.”
Responding to Davido’s admiration, Don Jazzy took to Instagram to publicly acknowledge and commend Davido for his remarkable achievements.
He specifically highlighted Davido’s unwavering work ethic, which continues to inspire him, even though he is considered Davido’s mentor.
Don Jazzy emphasized that despite Davido’s impressive success and wealth, his commitment to hard work serves as a constant source of motivation for him.
The endorsement from Don Jazzy not only reflects the mutual respect between the two artists but also signifies the significant impact Davido has made in the Nigerian music industry.
He wrote, “And that’s how life is @davido Now I look at all you have achieved and I am super proud of you. Even with all that success and wealth I look at your work ethic and I am highly motivated. I’m glad that as a mentor I haven’t let you down too. We thank GOD. More blessings bro.”
Responding to Jazzy’s post, Davido wrote, “Baba mi,”