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D’banj Finally Part Ways With Kanye West's G.O.O.D Music?

Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo popularly known as D'Banj seems  to have severed ties to G.O.O.D Music.

The popular Nigerian entertainer who was signed into the label in 2011 has deleted G.O.O.D Music from his Twitter biography.

Does this mean Kanye West has showed D'banj red card?

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  1. lol....maybe oh..its good for him, kanyes rep now is not good

  2. Him gragra too much sef. Him 4 jst dey where e dey b4. How many moni e want sef. Why all dis pple dey run into problems.dats why luv psquarem


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