Don Jazzy is grateful to Wizkid for supporting newcomer Ayra Starr’s album

After their recent social media spat, music executive Don Jazzy and Afrobeats superstar Wizkid have put an end to any rumors of a falling out.

This is in response to Don Jazzy’s public praise of Wizkid following his endorsement of Ayra Starr’s sophomore album, “The Year I Turned 21.” Wizkid had endorsed the album, which was released on Friday, on his X handle.

“Superstar [love and eagle emojis],” Wizkid commented, sharing the album cover and streaming link. Wizkid tweeted something, and Don Jazzy reposted it with the words, “Thanks Big Wiz [eagle emoji].” According to the DAILY POST, Wizkid disparaged Don Jazzy after his signee Ladipoe appeared to make fun of him in an X post for saying that “hip hop is dead.”

Wizkid responded to a fan alerting him to the post, writing, “Lol, never chatting with anyone signed to an influencer.” Afterwards. Additionally, he retweeted two comments that seemed to suggest he called Don Jazzy, the head of Mavin Records, an influencer. Social media went crazy after Wizkid made a veiled jab at Don Jazzy. A number of celebrities, including skit creators Mr. Macaroni and Nasboi and reality stars Tacha and Doyin, chastised him for “disrespecting” the Mavin boss.

In response, Don Jazzy unfollowed Wizkid on Instagram.

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