August 06, 2018

Don Jazzy : Kelly Hansome says Producer planned his arrest on two occasions

Kelly Hansome says Producer planned his arrest on two occasions
Don Jazzy
Kelly Hansome says Producer planned his arrest on two occasions
Kelly Hansome has stated that Mavin boss and top producer, Don Jazzy twice planned for his arrest.
Kelly Hansome has let out that Don Jazzy twice arranged for his arrest.

The artist/producer who has had his fare share of industry troubles following his beef with MI Abaga and D'banj in the past, made this known in a post on his Instagram page on Sunday August 5.

Celebrating the birthday of a friend of his, who supposedly belongs in the military, Kelly Hansome appreciated him for being there twice when attempts were made by Don Jazzy to arrest him.
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 @areafada1 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. They didn’t commit the crime but they were innocently chilling with them guys; to mention but a few cases brother, you’re more than a friend. Person wey get person big pass person wey get money for real. I salute you Capo. May this day bring you long life and great wealth. May you match and never fall. May evil forever lose the directions to your location and may God bless you and yours. Happy Birthday Padi me, I throway salute. πŸΎπŸ‡³πŸ‡¬ (meanwhile @officialnonnyd in the cut, they don’t wanna know what happened in this pic, do you remember blad?) 🍷 #iwillneverforget
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In the post, he says, ''HBD to the most rugged Capo...

The two times our brother Don Jazzy 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.

You and the two Army Generals whose names I won’t mention took care of me.''


The singer who at the start of his career was signed to leading label, Kennis Music, came to prominence with the release of his hit song, 'Maga Don Pay' in 2018.

In 2009, Kelly Hansome released the song, 'Igwe Kom Kom', where he took shots at D'banj and members of the then Mo Hits crew, supposedly as a response to Wande Coal's song, 'Na Who Born The Maga'.

His career however nose-dived following a bitter fall out with Kennis Music, and even though he and MI Abaga have...