By Dami Elebe
Celebrities from every industry in Nigeria were present for a unique event. Created by Olatunde Michaels, this event is a first of its kind allowing the celebrities to once again communicate with their fans and show their fun side.
The celebrities that came included the coaches Don Jazzy and DJ Jimmy JATT, Darey, Tiwa Savage, Muna, AY, 2face with his fiancée Annie Macauly, Sound Sultan, Mo Eazy, Kaffy, Sauce kid, Iceberg Slim, Rico White, Mai Atafo, Jimmie, N6, Dr Sid, Kunle Afolayan, Jesse Jagz, Lynxx, May D, Iyanya, Olu ,Maintain, Brymo, Presh, Tosyn Bucknor and so much more.
The first team to play was team Don Jazzy with Storm Records, which Team Don Jazzy won. The Ladies also played a game and the celebrity team coached by DJ Jimmy JATT played the Dodan Warriors. Although the celebrity team lost, they played with so much heart and strength but all was no match for the ‘pro-ballers.’
There were also entertaining performances by Iyanya, who got all the celebrities doing the Kukere dance, Steel with his plus size dancers, Kaffy and the group that got the loudest clap in the building the DNMT dancers. They brought the house to its feet.
They were also slam dunks with the ladies like Kaffy and Muna making fun. At the end of the night BEAT FM’s Jimmie, who presents the sport news and was as tall as any of the Dodan warriors with skills to match, won MVP of the game.
Pictures of the early stage of the event are below.
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