Don Jazzy supports young Nigerian artist, buys his work for R11k

Don Jazzy supports young Nigerian artist, buys his work for R11k

- Popular Nigerian music producer, Don Jazzy, has bought the pencil drawing of a young fine artist, Fredrick Omoniyi, for a good sum

- The amount Don Jazzy paid for the piece was R3900 more than what he offered to sell it to him

- Fredrick shared his newfound blessing with tweeps who thanked the producer for encouraging the young artist

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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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In total disbelief at how his life just changed, the man shared a screenshot of their conversation on his timeline as he thanked Don Jazzy for the help.

See his post below:

Many people commended the music boss for his generosity, saying that he has never failed in lifting people up.

Don Jazzy supports young Nigerian artist, buys his work for N300k

Don Jazzy has paid the sum of N300k to encourage a young man's art. Photo source: @FredtheeMan, Don Jazzy
Source: UGC compiled some of the reactions:

@AsiwajuLerry said:

"Knew it! Congrats guy. Twitter remains undefeated."

@Dee_sagacious said:

"Big wins for the big man, more wins on the way bruh!"

@ITREND10 said:

"Mehn Baba even said send ur Acct number, we would talk about the delivery later Clinking glasses Mehn generosity at its peak."

@Emorald20260 said:

"But I thank you personally more for the encouragement to finish a work I've been on for the past couple of months."

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a power couple achieved PhDs on the same day in the same faculty. Dr Nompumelelo Shange and Dr Roderick Juba are a power couple and a force to be reckoned with. The couple received their PhD degrees on the same day and both were in the Faculty of AgriSciences at Stellenbosch University.

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Dr Juba received his in Conservation Ecology while Dr Shange received her degree in Food Sciences. Dr Shange and Dr Juba are from Inanda and Humansdorp respectively. The couple met in 2010 and started dating in 2016.

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