Mavin boss, Donjazzy, has denied insinuations that Reekado Banks’ single, Katapot, was intended as a “dis” towards former Mo’Hits artistes, Dbanj and Wande Coal.
Mo’hits dissolved in 2012 following a series of misunderstandings between co-founders, Don Jazzy and Dbanj, Wande Coal, who after the split joined the producer’s new label, Mavin, ended dealings with Don jazzy in 2014.
Don Jazzy took to Twitter to deny any connection between Katapot, a song by Reekado Banks one of his signees on Mavin, and his former colleagues.
“If dem like make dem fire katapot of envy, throw us bomb of jealousy, stand dey eye our progress, Dem no fit put asunder, I swear dey cannot stop our love,” Reekado sang.
Clearing the air, Donjazzy, in a series of tweets, stated that neither Katapot nor Oga Titus, a song by another Mavin artiste, D’prince, was an attack on Dbanj and Wande.
“Guys, please, enjoy my songs with an open mind. The only song I have done about any particular person is #Adaobi. I don’t do diss song. Thanks,” the Mavin boss tweeted. said “#katapot is actually just a love song. Just as #ogatitus is just a funny local song. Pls let it be just that, thanks. #SMD.”
He also added that his former colleagues, D’banj and Wande Coal could testify that he never allowed them do “diss songs” while they were together.