His follower who reacted to a photo he shared wrote;
Your leg doesn’t even rhyme with your face .. your leg looking like roasted plantain .. say no to skin bleaching .
However replying him, Jaywon disclosed he doesn’t use skin cream. Here’s what he wrote;
@weyreylomoyi even person wey no Dey rub cream dem say e Dey bleach…. your papa just fail cuz is obvious you no get home training abeg carry your negative life Comot for my page.
From living in the street, James Oluwajuwonlo Edahi, popularly known as Jaywon, broke into the music industry with the hit song ‘File Be’. He recounts the story of how Kennis Music gave his music career a boost, his journey into music and other issues.
You were picked from the crowd…?
I was discovered during the 2009 Easter Music Fiesta. There was this artiste I’ve known before that I met there. So, I approached him and told him that I’d like to perform too. He said he’d seen one of the collaborated songs I did with an artiste and that he liked it. He told me he’d help me. And that’s how I was allowed to perform before the crowd. I didn’t go there with my CD but I performed excellently and the crowd loved my performance.
What happened to Jaywon since his debut?
Everything has changed totally. Back then, I was living a street life, struggling and doing a lot of stuffs to pay for my studio recordings and put food on my table. I came from Abuja to Lagos because of music.
And what were you doing in Abuja before relocating to Lagos?
I went to Abuja during my industrial training after I completed my Ordinary National Diploma programme. But it was difficult getting a company to do the one year IT, because there were too many students who were also searching for a company to do theirs. And when I finally got one, the money wasn’t enough to even take care of my transportation. But what was in my head than, was music. So, I had to quit the job, and searched for another job that will fetch more money for my studio recordings. After working for about three months, I was able to record three songs in the studio. I also went to shows and raised little money to help myself out.