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Kiss Daniel wins court case against his former label, reports say



Kizz Daniel’s change of name doesn't quash legal tussle with former label, ex-manager says

There are strong indications pointing to the fact that “Yeba” crooner Kiss Daniel has won the court case instituted against him by his erstwhile record label G-Worldwide Entertainment.

A source close to the talented singer has revealed that the case was settled in court and Kiss Daniel emerged as victor after his label dragged him to court over breach of contract.

Read also: Kiss Daniel’s former label denies paying artiste N30k monthly salary, claims it has spent over N120m on him

The singer’s team is however yet to release an official statement on the new development concerning their client who has exited G-Worldwide Entertainment and floated his own imprint “Flyboy INC (FBI)” in the month of November last year.

Recall that weeks after Kiss Daniel pulled the plug on his contract, his lawyer, Anidugbe Oluwatobiloba, gave reasons why the singer terminated his contract with his former management G-Worldwide Entertainment.

According to Kiss Daniel’s legal representatives ‘L & A Legal consultants’, the singer pulled the plug on his contract legally with G-Worldwide Entertainment after the terms of reference of the engagement was breached severally by the management.


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