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Label owner and Mavin Records producer, Don Jazzy has finally revealed why he is still single at 39 years old despite the pressure from many quarters
In a post on his Instagram page which was sighted by Africa Daily News, New York Don Jazzy pointed out that he is treading carefully.
The singer, who was once married, disclosed that he doesn’t want to be a scapegoat again.
He had last year revealed that he got divorced when he was 22 year old and since then had stayed away from love and marriage because he was hurt.
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Speaking in a video on Sunday, Don Jazzy said, ‘I’m threading carefully because I don’t want to be a scape goat. Once beaten twice shy. I dey hear word.
‘Ashawo dey my eyes that’s why I don’t want to commit again. I don’t know when I will commit.’
In a related development, Don Jazzy has hailed Grammy award-winning Burna Boy, admitting he’s truly the ‘African giant’
This is after the singer sold out the much anticipated ‘One Night in Space’ concert on Thursday.
Don Jazzy on Twitter wrote: ‘Oluwa Burna na Giant you be true true ooo. Congrats on every every.
‘I tap from your blessing for myself and everybody that wishes you well. Keep making us proud bro.’
Burna Boy is the first Nigerian to sell out Madison Square Garden, New York.
This is a massive win for Burna Boy who had sold out the O2 Arena Paris’ Accor Arena, Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome.
This ‘One Night In Space’ concert follows Burna Boy’s recently sold-out debut at LA’s The Hollywood Bowl, the Governor’s Ball and 2021 Global Citizen Festival.
Africa Daily News, New York reports that the historic concert which was held on Thursday night with the caption ‘One Night In Space’, has actually made Burna Boy the first Nigerian artiste to hold a successful performance at the famous Madison Square Garden which has a seating capacity of at least 20, 000 seats.
The music fans were in high spirits as the majority were dancing and singing with the artist.
The supervisor of Guest Services at Madison Square Garden, Mr Ken Gunser told newsmen that the atmosphere of the performance was dazzling and electrifying.