The Mavin records boss would rather not be drawn into the debt situation currently being experienced by his former friend and business associate.
Producer Don Jazzy would rather stay away from the much publicised debt mess of D’banj.
Don Jazzy has a long history with the Koko master. The duo founded the defunct Mohits records in 2004, and proceeded to release a number of successful albums including D'banj's No Long Thing, Rundown and The Entertainer.
But an acrimonious split in 2012 made them go separate ways, launching their separate imprints and releasing music. Don Jazzy has since found success with Mavin Records, with D’banj experiencing mixed fortunes with his DB Records.
When asked by a fan on twitter to confirm is D’banj is really in a debt situation, the Mavin boss deflected the question, replying with an answer totally unrelated to the question.
D’banj is reportedly set to appear in court tomorrow Monday, January 26, 2015, but due to an on-going strike by the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), the case may be adjourned.
The star was last seen in Zurich, Switzerland, where he attended the world economic forum.