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Friend turned foe? — Dan Jazzy unfollows Wizkid on social media



Friend turned foe? -- Dan Jazzy unfollows Wizkid on social media

Some bad blood stirs up between Nigeria’s music sensations Wizkid and Don Jazzy.

According to reports, Nigerian music sensation Wizkid stirred up a storm on social media with a series of statements on X-Platform, formerly known as Twitter, including a heated exchange with Mavins Record Label signee Ladipoe.

The drama unfolded when Ladipoe took to X-Platform to poke fun at Wizkid’s recent assertion that hip-hop is dead. Wizkid had criticized Don Jazzy, the manager of Mavins Record Label, but Ladipoe’s playful jab seemingly caught his attention.

Responding to the shade, Wizkid clarified that his remarks were aimed at Don Jazzy specifically, stating that he never engaged with individuals signed to an “influencer,” indirectly referring to Don Jazzy as an influencer rather than a traditional record label manager.

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In a notable move, Don Jazzy swiftly reacted to Wizkid’s veiled dig by unfollowing him on the platform, indicating a possible rift between the two music industry heavyweights.

Adding fuel to the fire, Wizkid stirred further controversy by sharing an awkward video of fellow Nigerian artist Davido on Twitter, nearly causing the internet to implode with speculation and reactions.

The back-and-forth exchanges between Wizkid, Ladipoe, and Don Jazzy have captivated fans and industry observers alike, underscoring the intense competition and occasional friction within the Nigerian music scene.

As the dust settles on this latest social media saga, fans eagerly await further developments and potential reconciliations between the involved parties, while the ever-vibrant Nigerian music landscape continues to provide fodder for online discourse and debate.