DBanj, Banky W were my boys, carried speakers for me - DJ Humility

Benedict Afagwu, also known as DJ Humility, a popular Nigerian Disc Jockey, has spoken out about musicians' bad attitudes after success.

In an interview with Frankstan TV, the famed Disc Jockey recalled how he supposedly assisted singer Banky W in landing his first music gig and how D'BanJ assisted him in arranging speakers during his early career.

If he lied about his role in their music career, he dared those singers to confront him.

He claims that while working for a renowned Nigerian radio station, he supported numerous musicians but did not return the favour after becoming famous.

He claims he feels humiliated when he seeks assistance from a previously encouraged musician and is routed to the singer's manager.

DJ Humility went on to say that this is prevalent among vocalists, and it's one of the reasons why Disc Jockeys find it challenging to encourage up-and-coming artists because they would misbehave once they've achieved fame.

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