5 celebrities strongly opposing Don Jazzy’s stingy men association as cheerful givers

Written by on January 14, 2021

In a bid to encourage, reward fans and followers, celebrities organize giveaways on social media. There are some celebrities who do more than giveaways,
they are extraordinarily philanthropic, an example is Don Jazzy, the boss of Mavin Records.

Don Jazzy has been in the entertainment industry for over a decade, giving us hits back to back, he announced on Instagram that he is now a member of the
Stingy Men Association, not just a member but the head of the union.

However, a number of celebrities who dubbed themselves the Cheerful Givers Association of Nigeria came together to counter the stingy union.

Their motto states that they will keep sending money to Nigerian women because they worth it. In fact, they recently posted a video of their minister of information talking about their union.

See the picture of men in the Cheerful Givers Association of Nigeria

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1. JJC Skillz The Movie producer and husband to actress Funke Akindele noted that a happy wife is a happy life. According to him, his things also belong to his wife and vice versa.

 

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2. Seun Kuti The musician who declared himself as the national chairman and global convener stated that the Cheerful Givers Association understands the art of taking care of their women.

 

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3. D’banj Dubbing himself as the president of the group, the singer said he is joining the group because givers never lack.

 

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4. Vector The rapper called himself the minister for everything that is about happiness.

 

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5. Lekan Kingkong The entertainer said he’s in the group to show the stingy men the right way to treat African women.

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