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Video: Don Jazzy shares new way of using toilet to avoid snake attack

Don Jazzy

Nigerian music producer, Don Jazzy, has provided an alternative way to safely use the toilet.

The Don’s advice comes after news broke that a NAF operative had died after snake bit her while using the toilet.

After the news broke, series of videos showing snakes in toilet bowls were posted on social media in Nigeria.

But Don Jazzy took to his Instagram page to share with his 12.5 million followers, an alternative means of using the toilet bowl without becoming a victim of snake attack.

He wrote: “finding alternative ways to sh*t ooo. This thing is not funny anymore.”

Watch Don Jazzy’s video below

https://africanentertainment.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Finding-alternative-ways-to-sht-ooo.-This-thing-is-not-funny-anymore..mp4


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