Nigerian music artiste, Kiss Daniel is a darling on and off the screen, or so we heard.
He dropped his first hit track, ‘Woju’ in 2014 and since then, he’s managed to climb to the top without controversies trailing him.
So, it’s weird when he’s bashed on the internet for doing nothing but making his music and owning his style.
Comedian Koffi went on an online rampage that was obviously targeted at Kiss Daniel, though he dragged a few other artistes along just to clarify his point.
In two Instagram posts he shared recently and has since deleted, Koffi seems to have a lot of inside information about G Worldwide Records and how their frontline artiste, Kiss Daniel is faring with the label.
More than this, Koffi made some strong accusations and slanderous comments about the artiste’s personality.
But Kiss Daniel isn’t the only one who was unfortunate to be in Koffi’s line of fire.
Here are a list of the artistes that got decimated by the comedian:
Kiss Daniel: “A facade of humility is sold to the public, but the arrogance beneath is as hot as magma flowing from an expired volcano. Hot but soon becomes ash or turns solid stones that go nowhere when it cools off.
This express ride might be short-lived however if our favourite fine boy does not cut the double-face act. The fans see a sweet young man on the tube but behind the work, the G worldwide king’s manager is killing the brand. They surround themselves with sycophants, milking maids in the name of managers.”
Well at this point, we can tell Koffi has insight into G worldwide and their ‘mis-management’ of Kiss Daniel and he’s clearly not pleased with it.
Only problem is, he’s not sparing the alleged “victim” in the attack either.
MI and 2Baba: “Right now we all know that like Mr Chairman MI, King Tuface (2Baba) is barely churning out any hit songs but humility has got them going even if their concert wowo small.”
Though he acknowledges their humility, Koffi reminded us that these two artistes are losing relevance on the music scene.
The line “their concert wowo small”, could be referring to the recently concluded ‘BuckwyldnBreathless’.
Kiss Daniel and D’banj: “Album is a few weeks away and the management of an artiste turns down major interviews, over-bills clients for gigs and would rather arrogantly stay home on each of those days and lose mileage, connect and some rabar. Go and ask D’banj if he would dare make such mistake again in his life.”
Koffi without mincing words states that D’banj “arrogantly” made mistakes that have cost him “mileage, connect and some rabar.”
Humblesmith: “Shout out to Humblesmith too for not coming anything close to his name whilst a veteran like Ras Kimono is turning up at every show, killing it and staying on fleek.”
Humblesmith is not humble after all.
Ice Prince: “This writeup is not to attack the Lion but to let the people around him know that if care is not taken, a wounded dog like Chuddy K, W4, Ice Prince, Ikechukwu and D’Prince (who is no longer here) is better than a dead Durella.”
Let’s not talk too much about “wounded dogs”, but Ice Prince? His latest video was released only two weeks ago on YouTube, it already has 14,000 views and a 3rd album is in the works for an October release.
Banky W and J.Martins: “Wait till African China koboko flog you na that time your eye go clear, maybe you sef go become director like Banky or just dey nowhere like J.Martins wey Alhaji Tekno dey use hin style dey humbly take collect mula.”
Koffi may be insinuating here that Banky W has had to resort to video directing because music no longer pays.
And Tekno copying J.Martins’ style? We are lost in thought.