Nigerian music mogul, Don Jazzy, recently got fans buzzing after claims that he was quizzed by the DSS
- According to Sahara Reporters, Don Jazzy and Tiwa Savage were quizzed by the DSS in Lagos for allegedly making political statements on social media
- Don Jazzy has now reacted to the reports in a funny video he shared on Twitter
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Nigerian music mogul and talent manager, Michael Ajereh, aka Don Jazzy, recently reacted to claims that he was quizzed by the DSS in Lagos.
Don Jazzy and his colleague in the industry, Tiwa Savage, were reportedly recently invited by the Department of State Services (DSS) for questioning.
According to Sahara Reporters, the music stars were questioned over their alleged political statements against President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.
After the news went viral of their alleged questioning by the DSS, a number of fans took to Twitter to react to the development.
The situation of things also did not go unnoticed by Don Jazzy and he also reacted to the report of his alleged quizzing by the DSS.
The Mavin boss shared a video on Twitter where he asked people to explain the meaning of quizzes.
He wrote: “Alaye shalaye meaning quizzes jor?”
See the video below:
It was said that Tiwa Savage had started a We Are Tired movement in reaction to the increase in r*pe cases in the country and that it might have also earned her an invite from the DSS.
Following the report of the DSS invitation of Don Jazzy and Tiwa Savage, many might have a rethink about speaking up for the masses.
Nigerians on social media are already sharing their opinion and many are not pleased.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that a 22-year-old singer was sentenced to death by a Kano court for blasphemy.
Yahaya Aminu Sharif was reportedly sentenced to death by hanging for blasphemy against Prophet Muhammad.
According to reports from Premium Times, the Sharia court judge, Aliyu Muhammad Kani, gave the verdict after finding Sharif guilty.
The 22-year-old singer had reportedly committed blasphemy against the prophet in the lyrics of one of his songs which he circulated via WhatsApp in March 2020.
The young man’s action was said to have led to angry youths burning down his family home after he went into hiding. The youths were also said to have stormed the Islamic police in Kano known as the Hisbah to demand punishment for Sharif.
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