Don Jazzy Responds To D’Banj’s Explosive Interview
April 26, 2012 – Don Jazzy Responds To D’Banj’s Explosive Interview
In response to D’banj interview, Don baba has responds stating he never meant for this to get messy.
Interview Excerpts below
“I want to be clear on something that I’m not interested in going into the debates of whatever Dbanj has said, be it through an interview, the press, social media or whatever. People should try and understand that these are very difficult moments for me and I need my space, time and moment to carry on with my life and the production of good music which is what fans have known me for a very long time”.
“When this whole thing started, I felt people needed to know what’s happening and in all civility, maturity and wisdom, I made those less than 140 words tweet in 3 separate lines, now see where it has led me to. Mohits is a family and Dbanj is like its son and families do quarell. Expecting me to come out and start countering accusations by one of my best friends ever while accusing him also in the process doesn’t justify my guilt or my innocence or that of his, He (Dbanj) however has a right to his opinion to grant interviews to whoever he wishes to grant interview to, I won’t stop him and won’t stop anyone who wants to believe whatever he says either”,
Don Jazzy dismissed claims that Dbanj bought houses, cars and properties for him and fellow artists, referring to it as “laughable and not worth responding to this early morning” .
It seems Don Jazzy doesn’t want to keep talking about this issues and wants it to die a natural death in the media.
“Really, if I start responding to every single accusation, then the ‘lazy’ person I’ve been called would come out, and the ‘Fake’ person I am according to critics would obviously come out since I’m not a talkative and you the media know that, I want the handwork of my music productions and the proceeds of good music at Mo’hits to speak for itself, so asking me to comment on issues like this, I really am not just interested, personally my advice to fans is to concentrate on good music from Mo’hits and huhh….well even from Dbanj himself, music is what we were made to create and not controversies”
Wande Coal supposedly tweeted “God please don’t let the success you have given me get to my head to the extent that I will forget my humble beginnings”; Many say this tweet was intended for Dbanj. Shortly afterwards he deleted the tweet.
In conclusion, matured Don Jazzy wished D’banj the best in his future endeavours.