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SMAN: Don Jazzy, Mr Eazi, Praiz And DJ Neptune Joins ‘Stingy Men Association Of Nigeria’

Don Jazzy, Mr Eazi, Praiz and DJ Neptune have officially joined the Stingy Men Association of Nigeria (SMAN).

Popular Nigerian singer and record producer, Don Jazzy has declared himself as the head of the ‘Stingy Men Association of Nigeria (SMAN)’.

SMAN: Don Jazzy, Mr Eazi, Praiz And DJ Neptune Joins 'Stingy Men Association Of Nigeria' 1

Don Jazzy made this known on his Twitter page on Monday, sharing a picture of his identification card where he is tagged head of the union Lagos branch.

The association is basically meant for men who are unwilling to spend money on not necessarily women alone, but anyone who seeks their financial help.

Judging from their motto which reads: “Let Me See What I Can Do”, men belonging to the “Stingy Men Association” will always give excuses whenever a woman or someone asks them for financial help.

Other Nigerian celebrities including Praiz, DJ Neptune, and Mr Eazi have all gotten their IDs as members of the association.

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The association is not limited to only Nigerian as other African countries like Uganda and Ghana and other countries have its own branch and there is the international group too.

KanyiDaily recalls that some months ago, Don Jazzy gifted an elderly woman N100,000 after she was seen in a viral video offering sex to any man who could give her N500 to feed herself and her children in Ogun State.

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