- Mavin Records boss, Don Jazzy got some nurses from the University of Medical Science (UNIMED) Ondo, state happy
- The nurses danced to the trending song Ijo Laba Laba by Mavin star, Crayon and the video choreography came out so good
- Don Jazzy reshared it and commended them, Nigerians have reacted differently to the nurses' dance to the song
Crayon's Ijo Laba Laba keeps getting fans excited as nurses from the University of Medical Science (UNIMED) Ondo state came together to vibe to it.
The nurses who are in their blue uniforms did a choreography of the song as they moved rhythmically to its beat.
Mavin Record boss, Don Jazzy, sighted the video online and declared his likeness for it by sharing it on his Instagram page and also tagging all the people in the beautiful video.
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Their video came out so good and some of the nurses have expressed their satisfaction with seeing Don Jazzy recognise them.
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Watch the video below:
UniMed nurses and Nigerians react
Some of the UniMed nurses who featured in the video have reacted to Don Jazzy's recognition with Nigerians also commending them.
Legit.ng picked some of the comments, read below:
"We don blow."
"Omoooooo we did a good job on."
"My school don blow, Unimed don blow."
"I like that you tagged all of them."
"Nurses are great, nurses are caring, this is so lovely UniMed to the world."
"I know these people I feel so proud ❤️ Unimed to the world."
"E good as you post their handles make I dey enter DM one after the other."
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Crayon performs during visit to his high school
It was a day to remember for staff and students of the Treasure Court College, Iba, where Mavin Records star, Crayon, had his secondary education.
The students came out in their numbers to dance with Crayon as the singer prostrated upon seeing elderly teachers.