– Mr Macaroni recently approached Don Jazzy about joining Stingy Men Association
– The musician rejected at first but later accepted the comedian after a strict warning not to give women money
– The comedian, sadly, went against the instruction, thereby incurring the wrath of Don Jazzy
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Don Jazzy’s Stingy Boys Association is gaining momentum on social media as celebrities and fans are showing interest while some have printed out their cards of membership already.
Comedian Mr Macaroni is the latest celebrity to show interest in the association and a video he shared on his social media page showed the moment he approached Don Jazzy to enlist him in the union.
Don Jazzy refused, reminding the comedian of his generous nature towards women the moment he meets them.
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Don Jazzy caught Mr Macaroni giving a lady money after joining his sting association.
The music producer then called out a lady to test the comedian. Although Mr Macaroni almost failed the test, he eventually passed it after he was able to withhold himself, while noting the motto of the association.
Don Jazzy immediately gave him the union’s ID card, however, he stated that he does not trust the comedian, hence, he would be watched.
A few minutes after stepping out of Don Jazzy’s residence, Mr Macaroni was caught sending money to a woman.
Watch the hilarious video below:
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In other news, Bioreports earlier reported that Don Jazzy’s father called for an end to SMAN as the producer joined the Stingy Men Association of Nigeria.
Don Jazzy went to the extent of making an ID card to show his seriousness and he even registered as the head of the union.
In a funny turn of events, Don Jazzy’s father, Grandpa Mavin, took to his Instagram page to share a video on his page of his son singing the accepted anthem of the association, a song by Oliver de Coque.
He noted that the association needed to be disbanded before it caused a third world war.
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