Don Jazzy, Wande Coal still at war

Posted: November 9, 2013 in Entertainment

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Wande Coal and Don Jazzy
The break-up between Don Jazzy and D’banj shook Nigerians as the duo were seen as brothers from different mothers. With D’banj gone, the focus shifted to Wande Coal and the dark skinned singer had said on several occasions that he would stick with Don Jazzy who discovered him.

But that promise no longer holds water since Don Jazzy and Wande Coal have been at ‘war’ earlier in the week.

The young man in July quietly left Mavin record to establish his Black Diamond Entertainment. When the news broke, most people did not believe it till the recent fallout between the young man and his boss, Don Jazzy.

The verbal war the two artistes have engaged on earlier in the week, is still on as none of them is yet to surrender.

Don Jazzy, in his latest reply to Wande’s tweet, said he didn’t collect a dime from Wande Coal and if he wanted to stop him, he would not allow him perform his hit track, Rotate.

“Without collecting a dime from you. If I want to stop you why would I allow you release Rotate without my company credit. Why would I allow you perform around the world? I can decide to shut you down with one call but didn’t. All I asked for is “give me my credit” and nothing else,” Don Jazzy tweeted.

However, fans are surprised at the fallout between the duo. They also find it shocking that Wande Coal was with Don Jazzy for ten years and released just an album.

A fan identified simply as Freedomislife said, “Ten years and just one album? Somebody please tell me it is a lie.”

The verbal war had actually started immediately Wande relased his single Baby Face.

Don Jazzy accused Wande Coal of stealing a song from him. The producer tweeted, “How long will I continue 2 sweat and some people will choose to steal from me. I am nice and easy going doesn’t mean u should disrespect me. Pls do the right thing bro asap. God bless.”

In his reply, Wande, the Black Diamond of Africa as he is often referred to, said that it was with a sad heart he responded. He tweeted, “It is with SAD heart I make this response. Steal from you? I served for 10 years why are you not happy with my progress.  Is it bad that I kept quiet and move on with my life. You have my phone number, email address and my DM to communicate with me but you choose twitter attention syndrome. After all these years of being loyal to you, I can never believe you will say this to me. Trying to bring me down on twitter. You are not God.”

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