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Loooooooool! D’Banj Gets an Award for Being so Funny Without Trying to! LOL!

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I saw this newly released video by D’Banj which is a teaser to his ten year anniversary celebration and it got me laughing very hard. The guy is funny without even trying hard. Everyone in the teaser looks like they should be there and D’Banj even manages to also look that way until he speaks. LOL! He just takes the whole “highness” thing to something very comical. Looooooool!

D’Banj congratulations jare. Eight years solid of playing my part to help keep you and your music on the map through media coverage, me sef I am happy to see you still going. Raising my glasses and also dashing you this throwback picture of your first interview in America in 2007 with yours truly.

Cheers,
Uduak

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1 Comment

  1. Winston Balagare says:

    There are soooo many things I could say right now. But I'll wait for the entire video to be released before I dissect.

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