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We Are Africans, AWOOF! : (VIDEO) “I Have No Issues with D’Banj” – JJC

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JJC We Are AfricansLOL! Who could forget JJC’s explosive interview with the whole D’Banj v. Don Jazzy Mo’Hits break up on Nigezie? Loooooooooooooooool! Hahahaha. That still remains my number one legal drama and music business shenanigan video from Nigeria’s entertainment industry. LOL! It was SO funny!

Fast forward two years later, JJC speaks on the issue with D’Banj and of course his latest music projects.

Memories of that video just made my day. LOL!

Cheers,
Uduak

JJC DBanj You Are a Bad Seed
THE VIDEO – “You are a Bad Seed D’Banj.” (You ate my food, slept in my bed, I even give you gel. I am against 419. D’Banj was a 419.) LOL! #Dead


JJC’s Latest Interview on Rubbin’Minds
– I Ain’t Got No Issue with Da Homie. “We Are Africans AWOOF!” LOL! Hey we all mature. Ain’t nobody got time for “beef.” “Beef” messes with the money and we can’t be having that. Gotta make that cheddar, abi?

JJC We Are Africans

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