The way to address someone known in familiar circles as "(person's first initial)-dizzle" with the utmost respect.
See j dizzle.
Self-appointed: When a dizzle annoints himself with the title "Mr." he is clearly demarcating social boundaries and establishing his place in the upper strata of dizzledom.
This is analogous to a dog lifting its leg on a fire hydrant, care tire, or pedestrian's shoe.
"What's up, J dizzle."
"It's Mr. Dizzle from here on out. Bring me my milk."