A lady identified as Ify Solanke has narrated how meeting Don Jazzy on Twitter helped her academically. According to a series of tweets from the lady, she was surprised when the music producer followed her on the platform. That led her to seek help from him concerning her project at school.
Read her tweets below.
@DONJAZZY ‘s tweets has brought back memories of what he did to me Issa thread guys!!!
So sometime in April 2013, one of those nights when I randomly tweet, I dunno what I tweeted that got his attention, but he followed back. I was happy… 20year old, somebody wanna be, being followed by arguably the best music producer in Nigeria.
I knew tge value of my twitter account so trust me to never lose the password. So on my 21st birthday, I sent a dm for a shout out and he did. I don’t think he was dashing money at that time, 2014 or so. I wonder why all I wanted was a shout out.
He obliged me without responding to the dm and that meant a lot as well. Fast forward to 2015… I picked an interest in Intellectual Property Rights… Btw, I was in final year, faculty of law, Uniben. I selected a topic in IP for my Project…
The topic was, ‘Protection of Copyright Works in the Entertainment Industry ‘. I was to review the music and film industries, show how their works qualify as copyright works, how well they are protected, especially on the internet.
I reached out to
@DONJAZZY and a few other musicians with questions on how they protect their works online, whether they just give music downloading sites their songs… He explained to me that that was pretty much what they do and he agreed that there were no laws protecting…
media contents online, so they could not enforce the infringement of their copyrights online. It was pretty much a case of sacrificing their rights onthe altar of fame… Well, look how it paid him. But then we know, all fingers are not equal.
I looked further to discover that the rights of the musicians can be protected by Collecting Societies (with COSON) being the extant body. Musicians get paid through the Collecting Societies for the use of their works by radio stations, tv stations, for adverts and the likes
So I finished my project, referenced
@DONJAZZY in it and got a B. I still owe him a copy of that project… But I should let him know that I am a lawyer now and can help enforce or defend his rights. LPDC please stay outta this
So, Mr. Michael Collins, you have a lawyer here and if you ever need a firm of lawyers to retain, I can guide you aright. In conclusion guys… If there is a celebrity I know that is steady in his doings, it is Don Jazzy. Witty, funny, kind and human.
Elder brother of Peter and Paul of the defunct Psquare, Jude Okoye, has revealed what his first 4 nights were like when he stepped foot in Lagos in 1995. Sharing on Instagram, he said he slept under the bridge in Ijora and worked as a bus conductor all because of his hustle to make it musically.
Sharing a picture showing the cars in his Park View Estate mansion, Jude Okoye wrote:
''DID YOU KNOW....? My first 4 nights in Lagos in 1995 was spent under ijora bridge stranded cos of music hustle. Had to do conductor work route ijora - jibowu everyday to survive. #mondaymotivation.''
Actress Iyabo Ojo has finally allowed her kids see their dad for the first time in 6 years. The actress and her excited kids, Festus and Priscilla, took to Instagram to share photos of the meeting.
Iyabo wrote; "meet d Ojo's, awon omo daddy @fedel_x @its.priscy Love u guys �� anything 4 u kiddos#theojos"
Her daughter Priscilla wrote;
"Hi guys meet my dad, we haven’t seen for about 6 years, I’m glad we got to hangout and reunite ❤️❤️ #family"
Her son wrote;
"That is my dad for all those who have wondered what he looks like. Even though I have not see him in about 6years it felt like only weeks ago when I saw him...
A former professor from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Richard Akindele, has explained why he asked a student Monica Osagie to have sex with his 5 times for him to upgrade her score.
Osagie had released a recording of him demanding sex from her for him to upgrade her score from 33 to a pass mark.
Akindele was later suspended indefinitely, and then sacked.
In a report by New Telegraph, Akindele, responding to a query from the university, said demanding for sex was a deliberate attempt to discourage the student. Akindele said:
I know the lady in the audio recording to be an MBA regular student. I recall sometimes in November 2017 when she came to my office in company of some of her other MBA students/colleagues to inform me they failed a course that I took with another lecturer and pleaded that they should be upgraded. But I informed...