- A Twitter user with the handle @iamshyblakj was joyful after he got N50,000 from ever-kind Don Jazzy
- Many people wondered how the person got so lucky that he was picked among millions of Jazzy's followers
- The recipient expressed his heartfelt gratitude for the gesture, revealing that the blessing got him rolling on the floor
Marvin Records Boss Don Jazzy has put a smile on one of his followers' faces as he blessed the person with the sum of N50,000 on Tuesday, June 1.
In an earlier reply to Jazzy's tweet, the Twitter user wondered what tactic would be good enough to qualify for his giveaway on the platform.
The person revealed that he is tired already. His reply read:
"Baba which scope we go use this morning collect cheddar..I don tire..someone go post one now collect...see me here boss na."
Below is their string of conversations on Twitter:
He really got lucky
Many Nigerians have praised the music chief's great act of generosity as others rushed to the comment section to beg for theirs.
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"Wait, what's the criteria wey Baba Don dey pick person sef? If to say na by club wey we dey support, I know say I no worth ham cuz I be Arsenal fan. But I fit into every other aspect. I even tall join."
"Congrats...sapa don commot rope for your neck."
"This unmerited favor..thank you Jesus for this bro......I'm much happier for you... early morning Grace."
"Baba which kind soap you use bath abeg."
Support your people
Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that a young Nigerian artist, Fredrick Omoniyi, now has every reason to celebrate after Music Boss Don Jazzy bought his artwork for R11 000. It should be noted that the man had earlier hoped to sell his pencil drawing on his birthday many weeks ago.
In a Twitter post, he lamented not being able to sell the piece as he tagged Don Jazzy to it, asking if he would buy it. Hours after, the music producer slid into his DM and asked how much. When Fredrick said R7835, Don Jazzy added another R3900 and paid.
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