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Who wants Donjazzy dead?

04 September 2014, 11:23

Lagos - Don jazzy is alive. The music producer and CEO of Mavin Records shared his joy of being alive after a blog announced his death.

The beat maker took to Instagram to debunk the death rumours and  said that he was never involved in a car accident.

Also read:Don Jazzy reacts to car rumours
 “May GOD continue to keep us alive and well. Amen. Well I am very much alive and have not been in any car accident I can remember. Thanks. #Mavin” he wrote on Instagram right next to the image of the report of his fake demise.

Don Jazzy is no new comer to the rumour circles as he recently used his Twitter page to deny reports of owning a Porsche valued at over N22 million and a Bentley worth about N65million.

Don Jazzy is behind the beat for the monster hit Dorobucci, which has officially turned to a street slang.

Also read:Don Jazzy acquires a gold-plated Bentley

He was recently ranked as the 36th most powerful celebrity in Africa by Forbes.


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