Don Jazzy, the Mavin producer, has defended Big Brother Naija, BBNaija season 7 contestants who are flirting with more than one person in the house.
On social media, Groovy has been chastised for flirting with female roommates. Groovy and beauty were lovers at the start of the ‘level up’ version. Groovy began flirting with Chyna after Beauty was disqualified from the reality program. In the home, Phyna and Groovy have shared beds and kissed passionately.
Despite being with Chyna, Groovy still feels for Cozy and recently told her he would have wanted to be with her. This prompted several BBNaija fans to criticize Groovy on social media, accusing him of deception. Some even advocated for his ouster from the TV program.
Don Jazzy commented on the situation on his Twitter page, saying that everyone flirts with two or more individuals simultaneously but doesn’t do it when there is a camera to verify it. “But we just don’t live in the same house with cameras tracking our every move,” he wrote. Every day, people toast everyone, flirt with everyone, and vibe with two or three individuals at the same time.
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Don Jazzy’s Biography
On November 26, 1982, Michael Collins Ajereh was born. Don Jazzy, a Nigerian record producer, is his professional name. He is the CEO and founder of Mavin Records. Don Jazzy and D’banj co-owned the now-defunct Mo’ Hits Records record label.
In 2003, Don Jazzy married Michelle Jackson. He claims they had problems because of his ambitious nature and divorced about two years later. He does not want to marry again anytime soon, though, because he is afraid that his love and commitment to music may again harm someone’s feelings. However, D’Prince, Ajereh’s younger brother, revealed his mother’s death on his Instagram page in July 2022.
Don Jazzy and D’Banj co-founded Mo’ Hits Records in 2004. Don Jazzy produced the albums at that time No Long Thing and Rundown/Funk You Up within the next two years. Don Jazzy devised a memorable introduction around this period, “It’s Don Jazzy Again!”
Don Jazzy was credited with producing D’Banj’s The Entertainer in 2008. He also helped to create Wande Coal’s Mushin 2 MoHits, dubbed “one of the finest albums to ever come out of Nigeria.” Don did not claim credit as a vocalist, although he did perform backing vocals for musicians he produced. Lyrics for D’Banj, Sauce Kid, Dr SID, Ikechukwu, Kween, D’Prince, and Jay-Z are included in these performances.
In 2011, Don was hired by Kanye West to work as a producer in his studio Very Good Beatz. Don Jazzy collaborated with Jay-Z and Kanye West on the production of Lift Off, which featured Beyoncé and was included on the album Watch The Throne, released on August 8, 2011.