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NIGERIA Kelly Hansome Reveals How Don Jazzy Tried To Get Him Arrested Twice

Kelly Handsome Reveals How Tried To Get Him Arrested Twice

Nigerian artiste and producer, recently disclosed in a birthday message to his close friend that Mavin boss, tried to get him arrested twice. The post which mostly appreciates his long-time military friend says:

“HBD to the most rugged Capo @awwalbiu, The two times our brother @donjazzy and his people orchestrated my arrest, one for making a cover to the song ‘Feeling Good’ and the other when they set me up with a stolen laptop in a quest to make me look like a fraudster; moved me from Kano where I was recording a campaign song for PDP to SARS Abuja and locked me up for no reason. This man and Areafafa made sure I was good. I turned my cell block into a concert and all inmates chanted MAGA DON PAY and LIKE PLAY and we talked all night. You and the two Army Generals whose names I won’t mention took care of me. (RIP Sarki Kabo, he was a good man) Two times people I know were implicated in dangerous cases and everyone involved fired except the ones who mentioned my name.”

This post quickly raised questions in the hearts of fans, wondering if the controversial artiste was trying to start another beef or merely stating the truth. It is no secret that has spearheaded his fair share of industry squabbles.

The former Kennis Music act, Orji Kelechi Obinna George Michael Hans aka  plunged into limelight with the release of his single “Maga Don Pay” in 2008. Although his career took a nosedive after his fallout with Kennis Music, the thespian was well know for his diss tracks.

In 2009, Kelly Hansome released diss track, “Igwe KomKom”, with shots directed at the Mo’hits crew, supposedly in retaliation to Wande Coal‘s song “Na who born this maga”.

He also had lots to say on a diss track directed at Chocolate City rapper, MI Abaga as well as yet another diss track he released when fellow musician, Terry G accused him of stealing his musical style.

At the moment, is yet to speak on the matter. But this recent post has us wondering if there’s any truth to this but again, it could simply be Kelly Hansome raring for yet another diss track.

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