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Video: Tinny Jabs D-Black – Common Sense Not For Common People

Tinny Jabs D-Black - Common Sense Not For Common People

Hiplife artiste Tinny in March 2019 had called D Black and two other rappers ‘whack’.

In an interview with Joy News’ MzGee, the Black Avenue boss, D Black said Tinny had sent him a private message to explain that his comments were just to create hype and subsequently requested for a collaboration.

Tinny has, however, come out to justify his reason for sending D Black the message for collaboration.


According to him, he reached out to D Black so they could take advantage of the social media controversy his comment had raised.

“I never begged D Black for a collaboration,” he added.

The hiplife artiste said he had a brief discussion with the Black Avenue boss’ management so the controversy goes in their favour.

“So if common sense isn’t telling him to make hay while the sun shines then I wonder how he’s being labelled as a business mogul in this industry,” he stated.

Tinny explained he does not hate the rapper just because his (D Black) songs are not in his playlist.

“I don’t think D Black understands the word ‘BEG’. Common sense is not for common people,” Tinny said.

He added, “Adwen no any? ejuma, body no b? br? ????ha????ha????ha #RealThingWeDo #GodBless #BMF” meaning “if the brain did not work, the body would be tired.”

Watch D Black’s interview with MzGee below…


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