Is Don Jazzy's Dorobucci An Occultic Song?

"They produced the song Dorobucci in other to achieve more Doro worshippers and that's why they put Dorojazzy, doroTiwa, Dorosid......."

Don Jazzy’s most recent hit track Dorrobucci has taken over the musical airwaves.

With most people now familiar with the word Doro, and use it as a suffix to something they want to emphasize.

According to recent reports though, rumours have been flying around that the word doro has an occultic meaning to it. Claiming that the song was the name of a god, a statement on social media said quote, “Oluwa means God in Yoruba, Chineke or Chi means God in Igbo. Doro is also a name of a god... Doro is a godmavins formula; DOROBUCCI is just to praise their god. They produced the song in other to achieve more Doro worshippers and that's why they put Dorojazzy."

Considering the superstitious nature of many people in this part of the world, this is not such a surprising development as many associate the most absurd of events and names to different deities.

Don Jazzy reportedly, did not take this too well as he said,  “ol..ok, some very sad people have been sending this around. Eyaa pele. It’s things like this that make me so sure that all that illuminati crap about some yankee artistes is just BS. Lol.oh well #Mavin#


What do you think guys? Is Dorobucci really an occultic song?

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