Popular singer, Daniel Anidugbe, formerly known as Kiss Daniel, changed his name to Kizz Daniel due to his former record label suing him for his name, being given to him by them they said.
No doubt about that. But since Kizz had his name changed, G-worldwide has said that the action does not absolve him from any of his court cases.
They still intend for him to pay.
The singer changed his name, and made this known in an Instagram post during the week. He had put up a picture of the new name with the caption, “Moving forward. Call me Kizz Daniel.”
Shortly after Daniel made the post, several blogs reported that with the move, the singer was now free of all obligations to his former label, G-Worldwide Entertainment.
However, in a chat with Sunday Scoop, Daniel’s former manager, Louiza Williams, stated that the singer’s recent action had no effect on the court case.
“I actually did not know that he had changed his name until you told me. However, there is no big deal about that; it has nothing to do with the case,” said the musician’s ex-manager.
“The next court date is June 26. It is not true that the case has been settled; so, I don’t know where all those reports came from. If there was anything like that, I would be aware of it. Though Kizz Daniel doesn’t come to court personally, his lawyers appear on his behalf and I am sure they pass relevant information across to him accordingly. The court ruled that both parties should maintain the status quo, but Kizz Daniel is doing what is best known to him, which is contrary to what the court ordered.”
On what move G-Worldwide is considering, Williams said, “The company definitely has a plan but I cannot reveal anything for now.”
Meanwhile, calls put through to Kizz Daniel’s new record company, Flyboy Inc, rang out. A text message sent to them had yet to be responded to as of the time of filing this report.
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