D’banj did more negative than positive for my career Says Dr SID
Just when we were thinking the D’banj-Don Jazzy saga was ending, yet another controversy has come up- this time former Mo’Hits-now-MAVIN records act Dr SID plays the leading role in the ‘never-ending’ movie.
A secret recording which has leaked will stir up more controversies and give us a little more insight as to why the former ‘supergroup’ broke up with bosses – D’banj and Don Jazzy parting ways.
Dr SID in the recording, obtained exclusively by NET, is heard talking in a rather upset tone about how his former label boss D’banj’s personality was over-shining his and the rest of the crew members.
‘Why don’t they know my name? Because your brand and star is too much it is overshadowing‘, Dr SID angrily said.
Wande Coal however had another opinion; he argued back and forth with Dr SID, explaining that it was D’banj that actually brought them to the limelight.
‘Guuuy, it’s not that, D’banj can help anybody, ….If not for D’banj nobody would have looked at Wande, guy I dey lie? Men, I don’t know‘, Wande argued back.
Not convinced, Dr SID argues ‘Batman and Robin, who them dey call? Na D’banj na. D’banj did more negative than positive for my career‘.
The date of the recording is not known but sources close to the camp say it is just a few weeks old.
‘It is a well known fact that Dr SID and D’banj have been having inside brawls even though he (D’banj) was the one that dragged him into Mo’Hits back then‘, a source close to the MAVIN camp tells us in anonymity.
Several sources insist Dr SID was one of the persons who engineered the Mo’Hits split. ‘He wanted to always be as big as D’banj. Wande was content as the fan favourite, D’Prince is okay as long as his elder brother makes the money‘, our source continues. SID and D’banj reportedly clashed severally during the Mo’Hits years.
NET has also gathered that all doesn’t seem to be well in the MAVIN camp; with Wande Coal allegedly telling close friends that his boss Don Jazzy might not have the financial capacity required to carry the group. But donating N2m to cancer patient Funmi Lawal weeks back, amongst other philanthropic gestures, would make anyone perish the thought of the possibility of the producer being broke.