Mavin Records CEO, Don Jazzy has decided to make his fans laugh as he shares hilarious video of himself in a dancing competition with a white lady which has made his fans including celebrities like, Poco Lee, Mo abudu and others to react.
The talented producer shared the funny video on his Instagram page and wrote;
"We are doing legwork this @oyinbomarlian is doing yansh work. Anyway I won."
Don Jazzy, 38, is really in the mood to make his fans crack up with laughter as he shared the video. The phenomenon producer is seen in the video in a legwork dancing competition with the white simply known as "Oyinbo Marlian". The funny video started with Don Jazzy and the white lady showing their "leg work" dance moves, not until she decided to abandon the leg work dance and started twering, as Don Jazzy decided to declare himself the winner. The video is a hilarious one which has caught the attention of his fans as they reacted including celebrities like, Poco Lee who reacted with laughing emojis, while Mo Abudu reacted by saying "Love" with love emojis.
The Delta State producer, who is obviously one of the best audio engineers in the continent of Africa, has done well to transform the music sound in the country when he signed D'banj to his then Record Label Mo'Hits Records. He has rebranded to Mavin Records with top acts like Rema and Johnny Drille signed to his label and they are making wave presently.
Below is the screenshot of the video Don Jazzy shared on his Instagram page:
Immediately he shared the video, his fans reacted as seen below:
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