We did see this coming when we reported that Nigerian singer, Kiss Daniel had pulled out of his record label, G-Worldwide Entertainment and had gone ahead to announce a self owned record label- Flyboy Entertainment. It appears that as we suspected, the separation was never pleasant as reports reaching us with evidence confirms that Kiss Daniel has been sued by G-Worldwide for not only not completing his 7-year contract but breaching his contract by maintaining the stage name “Kiss Daniel”.

In a public service announcement released by the legal team of the Emperor Geezy owned record label, G-Worldwide Entertainment, Kiss Daniel is being dragged to court for copyright infringement for performing songs which is allegedly off his soon to be released album “New Era” , an album which was produced within he contract agreement with the entertainment outfit. The fact that Kiss Daniel continues to use his stage name is also a matter of infringement or so the notice claims.

According to the announcement, anyone found doing business with Kiss Daniel will be seen as an accomplice and involved in the legal battle. See announcement:


Kiss Daniel has however responded to the allegations and injunction placed on his career by G-Worldwide. In an Instagram post shared say 50 minutes ago, he shared “Oluwatobiloba Daniel Dhikrullah Anidugbe this is gonna be a sweet victory for you young man #Nodo#warning #sense.

Hopefully the legal battles end fast so we the fans can focus on expecting Kiss Daniel’s sophomore album whose release date is now pending till the court hearing.

Also Read: Kiss Daniel Confirms Split From G WorldWide Entertainment

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