Kiss Daniel evading service of court papers, says former label

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Kiss Daniel seems to be unperturbed by the court threat issued by his former record label, G-Worldwide Entertainment. But for the objective of saving the public from misinformation, the below explanation is given with an advice for Kiss Daniel and his team to do the needful.

The label said the "upload, distribution, and or performance of any of the songs, as well as the use or exploitation of the name Kiss Daniel can only be done with its "prior written consent and permission".

In a statement signed by the artist's lawyer T. Oluawaseye Lawal of L & A Legal Consultants, it was stated that the court refused to grant any injunction against Kiss Daniel restraining him from recording, performing or using the stage name "Kiss Daniel".

Posting on his Instagram today, he said: "Oluwatobiloba Daniel Dhikrullah Anidugbe, this is gonna be a sweet victory for you young man".

The drama between singer, Kiss Daniel and his former record label as the singer's Lawyer has released court documents. Hence, what the court directed is the position of parties under the recording contract has to be maintained.

By an application dated 20th November 2017, the Company sought interim orders of injunction, and other further orders as the Court may deem fit to make, against Mr. Anidugbe, retraining the Artiste's further distribution, publication, or performance of these songs, or negotiating or entering any agreement thereof without the consent or permission of G-Worldwide Entertainment Ltd.

See the new statement and court papers below.

They also asserted that as at the moment, Kiss Daniel hasn't been served any official letter or legal document from G-Worldwide. "We expect him to say he has received the documents and him and his team are working to respond to the claims" the statement read.

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