Kizz Daniel Slams N100million Lawsuit On Vanguard For “Malicious Publication”

Kizz Daniel

Fly Boy Inc label boss Kizz Daniel has slammed a 100 Million Naira lawsuit on Vanguard Newspapers over a ‘malicious publication’.

Last week, the Nigerian pop-star had called out the newspaper giant for wrongfully publishing an article on their platform that claimed he had granted an interview where he verbally attacked celebrities for protesting against COZA pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo, who is currently being accused of rape by Busola Dakolo as well as some other women and former member of the church.

In a statement debunking the news, Kizz Daniel said;

God will punish you both now and in eternity Emmanuel Okogba, you and all the people behind you. I’m coming for you with all I’ve got Oga and I swear, you go feel am.
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My attention has been drawn to a publication by the Vanguard newspaper stating that I took sides with the embattled Pastor of COZA , Abidoudn Fatoyinbo.

I will like to categorically state that I never granted any interview with vanguard or any newspaper.
I am currently busy on tour in the US and haven’t had the time to discuss the issue in my closet let alone call industry mates names.
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Please disregard this news article making rounds. It is false and fabricated, I have not spoken to any journalist regarding the said matter or any other matter including music in recent times. .

Any platform(s) that publishes this news or any unverified news about Kizz Daniel and FlyBoy INC. will face legal action
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And as for you @iamkyno pls run away as far as you can, I beg you @vanguardnews bastards!!!! @iamtimiblaq ti e ma baje patapata ni awsr*

Different media outfits had published a report that claimed Kizz Daniel allegedly stated that Wizkid was the only person who was brainy enough not to accuse the pastor, but other celebrities who had written against pastor Biodun were brainless.

Now, Kizz Daniel, through his record label, Fly Boy Inc in a letter has demanded a public apology, withdrawal of the publication, a written undertaking not to publish anything about him without confirmation and the sum of 100 million naira to cover for reputational damage he has already suffered.

See the full letter below;

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