His amazing talent, easy going nature and philanthropic activities has acquired him a lot of fans and admires all over the globe.
Rumours have it that he's one of the richest artists in Nigeria.
Today, on Twitter, he revealed the one thing his upbringing will never allow him do.
He posted a clip promoting Johnny Drille's latest song saying "please help me share this on your timeline" but a fan responded saying he should stop saying please because it make him feel uncomfortable. (Due to the fact that he's a mega super start who is rich and famous)
But he responded saying his upbringing will never allow him do that.
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Donjazzy is so humble and we must say his parents did a good job raising a well cultured young man.
What do you think of his response?
Should a rich person say please?
Should other artists learn from him?
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