It appears things have now return to normal between Nigerian singer Demmie Vee and Kizz Daniel as the latter recently penned an open apology to the former.
The singer (Demmi Vee), who has a management deal with Fly Boy Inc (FBI), had earlier openly called out the Madu crooner and accused him of being a traitor as well as cunningly collecting the sum of N15m from him.
His outburst was fueled by his claims that Kizz Daniel backtracked on their business deal and did not properly promoted him despite the several millions of naira he paid.
In a recent development, the aggrieved singer has now penned an open apology to the FBI boss and retracted some of the horrible things he said about the celebrity star.
Clearing the air on the arrangement between him and the FBI label, Demmie Vee noted that what he had going on with the label was just a management deal, which means he was never signed as an artiste.
“Let me make this more clear to you all, I never sign a record label deal with Kizz Daniel but a management deal. A management deal where I can always have someone am looking up to.” he said.
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He went on to tender his sincere apologies to the entire crew of the FBI following any inconveniences his outburst may have brought against them.
He said: "Am using this opportunity to let everyone understand that Am truly sorry for everything this whole drama might have caused the whole Flyboi Management/Team. I will forever appreciate what you guys have done for me. From the bottom of my heart. Am saying am sorry. Let’s love lead. And to all upcoming act out there. Always remember patience is a virtue."
Kizz Daniel also shared a video on his page in which Demmie Vee was spotted prostrating as he tendered his apologies.
In other news, Legit.ng gathered the report of songbird Simi who was heavily dragged by football lovers in the online community after she made a comment on Romelu Lukaku’s performance in a match. A particular user had called on her to calm down, especially as all her songs cannot be classified as hit songs.
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