Nigeria: Kiss Daniel's New Song Raises Questions

Kiss Daniel.

Following the release of Kizz Daniel's new song which he titled 'Fvck You,' and which has been trending for more than two weeks on Nigerian music charts, musically inclined Nigerians have begun to flood social media with different covers of the single in what they call 'The Fvck You Challenge.'

For these fans who are thrilled to make covers of the song, the challenge is an avenue to call out anyone, especially an ex, for their misdeed.

That's not all. The song has also become the topic of a controversial argument as to who the singer targeted especially considering the lyrics of the song. One bold contribution to the argument however is that from a well-known OAP at City FM Lagos known as Benny Ark, who is alleged to have concluded that the artiste was targeting another artiste, Chidinma.

While reminiscing on the tune, the OAP allegedly said that the FlyBoy boss made and dedicated the song to his ex, who happens to be Chidinma. It is not a new thing that both Kizz Daniel and Chidinma used to be an item in the past before their short-lived romance hit rocks.

But in a swift twist to the story, through her lawyer Ayo Shonaiya, Chidinma, who is not so pleased with the speculations, has demanded an apology from OAP Benny Ark over his conclusions about the song. According to the singer, the claims are false and she considers it slanderous and damaging to her reputation and person.

Her lawyer, who spoke on her behalf tweeted: "this is just a notice to the station and the OAP to retract his comments and apologise to Chidinma because those statements are false and defamatory. It is their next move or how they respond that will decide our next move."

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