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Olamide reverses self, praises Don Jazzy, Mo’Hits



Four years after the infamous war of words at the urban music awards, The Headies, frontline indigenous rapper, Olamide Adedeji, better known as Olamide or Baddo, has reversed himself, as he took to the social media, Twitter, to heap praises on Mavin Record chief, Michael Collins Ajereh, better known as Don Jazzy or Don Baba J.

The Shakiti Bobo crooner on Tuesday, May 26, got the Twitter buzzing with his tweets. This came a day after he dropped a freestyle on the social platform.

In the tweets, the Eniyan Mayweather said, “Mo hits still one of the best things to ever happen to NIGmusic (the Nigerian music industry). Gave us good music and thought us how to carry our brothers along. Even if they never come back together, still I say thanks to Jazzy (Don Jazzy) and Banga (D’Banj) and rest of the team for motivating us.”


“Nothing spoil to have tuff (tough) guys in your field of work. It’s meant to motivate you to work harder n be better at what you do not otherwise,” he added.

Responding to the tweet, Don Jazzy, wrote: “Coming from somebody I respect a lot in this industry, this means a lot to me. In short I go frame the tweet sef. Thanks, Baddo. More blessings @Olamide #Mohits.”

Meanwhile, some fans have commended the YBNL chief for commendation to Don Jazzy and the peace movement he made.

Oluwakorede @highlandre1 wrote: “Mo’ hits sadly hit the rocks. But both Jazzy and Ejanla (D’Banj) are individuals that contributed immensely to what some newcomers are strutting their shoulders for. For the record, Olamide, you’re a builder. You’re another role model for many in the game and management of talents. Kudos, bro.”

Ibrahim_Kolade @djultima1 said, “#Free your mind from hate. Olamide has proven to us times without number that He’s a man of love. Baba no get time for beef. BADDO go just enter studio, smoke him thing, give us jam wey go scatter our brain. I will forever stand with Olamide.”


For VillageBoy @person_pikin1, “Don Jazzy and Bangalee (D’Banj) really made things happen during their prime. Shout out to Don Jazzy, D’banj, Wande Coal and every team member of the defunct Mo’Hits.”

AsiwajuMan @Genhollareal said, “True talk baddo…. leaving a label doesn’t mean you are destroying the artiste…. you’ve also been a perfect example of that agba…. the likes of Lil Leah, Chinko Ekun, Davolee, Adekunle Gold will be forever grateful.”

According to Rhild02 @rhild02: “Olamide is setting an example, so junior colleagues would not have a reason to disrespect him. Some people are there riding on everybody, let’s see if they ‘ll get respect or the same energy they gave to others in their prime.”

For Ayò Bánkólé @AyoBankole, the tweet is a “Lesson 101,” adding “Appreciating and respecting greatness in others takes absolutely nothing away from your greatness or journey to it. Infact, it adds to it.”


Robert Micole @MicoleRobert wrote: “Artistes of the decade…. you know why because baddo is the only musician that bring out a lot of people in industry, not only those he sign to his record label…. much love for you man.”

Elumaro Biola Salt @MySalt_Life said: “Only the sensible ones will know when to talk and understand very well what is called by-gone…Olamide you are you! Don baba and Mo’Hits crew all of una na bosses…twales!”

Liquid Metal Flag @empopson stated: “Olamide teaching others how to appreciate the forerunners of the music game. That is who we are..back when there was Mo’Hits and Kennis Music. Music industry before social media and bloggers.”


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