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D’banj’s Ex-manager Tags Him A Drug Head

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The last has definitely not been heard of the faceoff between D’banj and his former manager, Bankulli.

In a fresh wave of attack, Bankuli has tagged D’banj a drug head, urging him to stop using drugs.

In an Instagram post, Bankulli came hard for D’banj, advising him against doing drugs. Bankulli alo told Bangalee as D’banj is fondly called thay doing drugs wont help him.

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In his words,

‘Doing Drugs will not help you but worsen your case (I heard about White powder) a shining prospect and you use your bad character to bloat all Away.

Hmmm It is never too late to go and seek truthfully the forgiveness and truth you seek look inward change your lifestyle stop lying to yourself that all is well but go back to the source so that all can be well with you.

You have done so much evil to many people that we both know of and today I speak for them all. (Dbanj Aka The Kokomaster alias kokomycine… *Drops mic)

 

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Mavin Records Act, Crayon Drops New Single

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Mavin Records artiste, Crayon, has a new single titled Shima.

Dropped on the Don Jazzy-owned imprint, Shima is currently streaming on popular music platforms.

Crayon is one of Don Jazzy’s new kids on the block. The singer has been trying to find his place in the music industry since making his debut.

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Rema, his counterpart on the label has gone from debuting to becoming a decimal in the music industry, winning a couple of awards in the process.

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Music Pundits Disagree With Asa Asika

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Asa Asika’s opinion that any artiste who can’t turn out a music verse in two weeks will never do it has been refuted.

Asika, who is Davido’s manager took to Twitter to share his opinion in what has been described as an attack on an unknown singer.

He wrote: “I just thought about this. If an artiste has been telling you I will send the verse, I will send the verse and you don’t get it in the next two weeks, get the message, he or she will never do it.”

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However, music pundits have disagreed with the talent manager, insisting that it takes more than two weeks to produce a good song.

A critic, who disagreed with Asa wrote: “Some can deliver in two weeks, some can deliver in two months, the most important thing is the response of the artiste to your request. Good music definitely takes more time.”

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At last, D’banj Overcomes Pain Of Dead Son

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Nigerian musician, D’banj, has finally moved on from the pains of his dead son.

The singer revealed this in a social media post.

Recall that in June 2018, DBanj lost his son Daniel Oyebanjo III after the boy who turned one that year got drowned in a swimming pool at the singer’s Lagos home.

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In a post shared on his Instagram page on Saturday morning, DBanj said that for the first time in 21 months, which is the number of months that have gone by since losing Daniel, he slept in his room in his house. He said he thought it would be easier after many months but the ‘memories are so fresh.’

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He used the post to encourage people going through any personal issues or any hardship due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

 

 

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