“There is no injunction against Kiss Daniel,” his lawyers say.

On October 13, 2017, Kiss Daniel went public with his decision to exit G-Worldwide, after four years in the record label. The singer subsequently set up his personal imprint – Flyboi Inc. – and has released a debut single titled ‘No do.’

Kiss Daniel has responded to the ‘injunction’ filed against him by his estranged record label G-Worldwide.

According to reports the singer was served an injunction preventing him from exiting his record label, with the court stating that he should adhere to the status quo of his contract with the record label headed by Emperor Geezy.

But in a statement released by his legal representatives, L&A legal consultants, the singer denies the existence of the injunction.

“The Federal High Court sitting in Lagos denied and refused G-Worldwide Entertainment Ltd.’s application restraining our client from performing, recording, or using the stage name ‘Kiss Daniel’,” the  statement read.

It continued: “In other words, the court refused to grant any order of injunction to restrain or preventing Kiss Daniel from performing, recording or using the stage name “Kiss Daniel” as requested by G-Worldwide Entertainment Ltd.

This application was surreptitiously filed without notice to our client, but the court saw through the deceit and refused the application. Kiss Daniel formally terminated his agreement with G-Worldwide Entertainment Ltd. Via a letter dated 30 of October, 2017. The termination was done in compliance with the provisions of the recording contract between the parties.

See the full statement below.

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