Davido Throws Weight Behind Kiss Daniel Over Lawsuit With Former Label

Joann Johnston
December 7, 2017

Kiss Daniel seems to be unperturbed by the court threat issued by his former record label, G-Worldwide Entertainment. The singer was dragged to court by his former record label.

However, the "NO DO" crooner, has given a hint on his instastory about an ongoing work with Wizkid. As is the natural order for legal and media blow back to trail artists walking out on their contracts in this part of the word, it may be early to presume Kiss Daniel is in the clear with his former management.

Entertainment Lawyer, Akinyemi Ayinoluwa stated that it is obvious Kiss Daniel didn't have lawyers when he signed the contract. More samples and African wisdom come into play with a lyrical interpolation of Afro-juju legend, Ebenezer Obey's 1987 classic, "Aimasiko", which Kiss Daniel uses to portrait how humans merely overburden their lives in an endless rat race because they are impervious to process and predestination. In view of the above, we wish to say as follows on behalf of our client: The Federal High Court sitting in Lagos denied and refused G-Worldwide Entertainment Ltd.'s application for injunction restraining our client from performing, recording or using the stage name "Kiss Daniel".

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"The general public and the whole world is hereby put on notice that on the 30th day of November 2017, the Federal High Court made an order that status quo ante bellum under the Contract, be maintained by the parties, pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice filed in the suit". Now, under the recording contract, Mr. Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe is not to use his stage name Kiss Daniel or publish or perform any of the songs without the express consent of G-world Entertainment.

According to a statement by their lawyers: "The attempt to mislead the public is unfortunate and disgraceful".

It is apparent that Kiss Daniel and his team have not seen or have chosen not to see the order of the court.

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