The controversy created at Davido‘s City of David concert last December has consumed another victim after Kizz Daniel announced a change of management meaning that his former manager, Tumi Lawrence has been eased out, paving way for a new manager, Rebecca Junaid.
At Davido‘s City of David concert, Tumi Lawrence had alleged that Davido slapped him. The former manager took to Twitter to call out Davido, claiming that he was slapped by Davido as he approached the stage but Davido has denied that ever happening.
When he was first called out, Davido denied it happening and stuck with that even when fans asked him about it. Just yesterday, he replied a fan that even Kizz Daniel knew he could never do that to his manager.
In a statement put out by Kizz Daniel‘s Flyboy Inc, a new management and Public relations team was announced with the statement saying that any statement put out by any person about the label was not valid, with indications pointing at Tumi Lawrence‘s accusation of Davido.
“Flyboy Inc is not responsible for any statement issued by any party, therefore please disregard any unverified stories making the rounds on social media, blogs and other news outlets.
“Fly Boy Inc holds other artistes, staff and industry personnel in high regard.”
Well, as this story is still unravelling, we expect to hear that Kizz Daniel and Davido have resolved their issues in the coming days and you can be sure that you’ll read it here first.
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