“I had to learn the hard way” Don Jazzy apologize to his friends over his actions when they mourn
Mavin records CEO Michael Collins Ajereh, popularly known as Don Jazzy, has apologized to his friends and associates for his actions when they were mourning their loved ones.
Don Jazzy took to the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to express gratitude to his friends and loved ones who called and stood by him during his mother’s demise.
He apologized for not being there enough for his friends when they lost their loved ones, stating he had learnt what it means to lose someone the hard way.
Don Jazzy also promised to update his fans on his mother’s funeral details when it has been finalized.
He tweeted: “Experience is truly the best teacher. Before I thank everyone for their calls, visits and messages, I need to first apologize to my friends and associates who lost loved ones and don’t think I was there enough for them. I know better now and sadly, I had to learn the hard way.
“Thank you everyone for your support over the last few days. It has meant the world to me. Funeral details will be shared once finalized. We will also share links so you can join us remotely from wherever you are. Thank you again guys.”
Wothappen recalls that Don Jazzy announced the death of his mother on Friday, July 22, 2022, via his social media page.
Don Jazzy revealed that his mother left him with unimaginable pains when she breathed her last after a long battle with cancer.
He described the deceased as a fighter that refused to give in even in the face of a deadly health condition.
He wrote: “I lost my sweet mother this morning. The matriarch of our family. My supporter and backbone @indianpicolo.
“I am beyond devastated. I have never felt pain like this in my life but I am consoled by the good life she lived. She was loved by everyone that ever met her.
“She was so strong till the last minute for us even while she battled with cancer.
“I have never typed a more difficult caption in my life. Please pray for our Mums soul to Rest In Peace and for strength for my dad, my siblings, her grandchildren and our entire family to bear this loss.”