Kiss Daniel Wasn’t Robbed At Calabar Christmas Village – Reports
Kiss Daniel is healthy and unhurt; what’s more, he was never in danger, TheNetNG reports
Earlier yesterday, Nigerians panicked over the safety of the singer, who was alleged to have narrowly escaped death during his performance at the Calabar Carnival on Christmas Day.
Thenetng had an exclusive chat with his rep, Louiza Williams and she simply told us, ‘Kiss Daniel wasn’t robbed in Calabar.’
Kiss Daniel performing live in Calabar was one of the most anticipated events of the 2016 edition of the carnival, and coming off the multiple awards won at the recently concluded Headies, the singer was pumped to thrill the fans as well.
However, in their excitement, hundreds of eager fans attempted to join Kiss Daniel on stage while performing, but the feeble security at the show attended by over 3,000 people was not able to stop them.
As a result, the ‘Jombo‘ singer hurriedly moved backstage before leaving the venue all together.
Earlier today reports had claimed that the ‘attackers’ threw dangerous objects at him and had his clothes ripped while several shots were fired into the air by said attackers.
But the singer’s manager told us no such thing happened at the venue.
Thenetng also gathered that the Calabar Carnival was planned to take place at the state’s stadium, but delays in setting up the location prompted organisers to move venue to Christmas Village, situated at Calabar Municipal Council Secretariat.
That premises is usually used to host trade fairs and expos every December and as such, sees a deluge of visitors during the yuletide.
At the time of filing this report, the organisers were yet to respond to our queries.
Kiss Daniel and his team were still in the state earlier today, December 27, due to flight cancellations.
Although there’s a private jet on standby to whisk him back to Lagos, they cannot take off due to bad weather conditions occasioned by the harmattan haze.
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