, Kizz Daniel’s ex-manager, Lawrence, finally reacts to being sacked

Kizz Daniel’s ex-manager, Lawrence, finally reacts to being sacked

Kizz Daniel’s former manager, Tumi Lawrence, who recently got replaced by UK-based Rebecca Junaid, has reacted days after being sacked by Fly Boy Inc. management.

The former manager was asked by one of his Instagram followers today to explain why he got sacked.

Lawrence replied the follower by saying:- ‘bosses don’t get sacked, they walk away’.

Last week, in a statement released via Fly Boy Inc, Kizz Daniel and the new management didn’t give reasons for parting ways with Tumi Lawrence.

Lawrence had alleged that DMW boss, Davido and his crew slapped him at Davido’s concert in December last year.

, Kizz Daniel’s ex-manager, Lawrence, finally reacts to being sacked

Davido has, however, denied the allegation on several occasions, while Kizz Daniel only said sorry to his then manager, Lawrence.

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In the statement Kizz Daniel noted that a new head of management and public relations personnel will represent the record label and its flagship artiste.

It read:

“Fly Boy Inc is using this medium to make certain points clear to the public;

“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.

“Fly Boy Inc and Kizz Daniel are under new management led by Rebecca Junaid (@Flyboytexh) and the public relations personnel is Ogaga Sakpaide (@ogagus).

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“Thanks for flying with us and we wish everyone a prosperous 2019 filled with No Bad Songz.”

This is following a controversy over an alleged assault on Tumi Lawrence by fellow singer, David Adeleke, a.k.a Davido.

Lawrence had alleged that Davido and his crew slapped him at his (Davido) concert in December 2018.

Davido has, however, denied the allegation repeatedly, while Daniel only said sorry to his manager.

In a statement released via his Fly Boy Inc record label, Daniel noted that a new head of management and public relations personnel will represent the record label and its flagship artiste.

It reads, “Fly Boy Inc is using this medium to make certain points clear to the public;

“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.

“Fly Boy Inc and Kizz Daniel are under new management led by Rebecca Junaid (@Flyboytexh) and the public relations personnel is Ogaga Sakpaide (@ogagus).

“Thanks for flying with us and we wish everyone a prosperous 2019 filled with No Bad Songz.”

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