The rift between Olamide, YBNL boss and Don Jazzy, SMD leader may have been resolved.
Both entertainers late Sunday night posted apology tweets on the handle with a photo of the duo holding hands together.
It would be recalled that the duo threw caution to the winds over the appropriateness of awarding the next rated artiste of the year to Reekado Banks of the SMD instead of Lil Kesh of the YBNL at the 2015 Headies Music Award.
See video of the drama after the cut.
Olamide’s Apology Tweet after the cut
We are very Sorry for the wahala make una no vex oh. It is our responsibility to lead but then… https://t.co/XdilG6jMqY
— Olamide Adedeji (@olamide_YBNL) January 3, 2016
Don Jazzy’s apology tweet after the cut
— DON JAZZY (@DONJAZZY) January 3, 2016
A quick check of the timeline of Olamide revealed that he had deleted all the offensive tweets against Don Jazzy.
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