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Kizz Daniel: Why I arrived late at US concert

Kizz Daniel
Kizz Daniel

Nigerian singer, Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, better known by his stage name Kizz Daniel, has given reasons behind his late arrival at his recent New York concert.

Recall that the ‘Buga’ crooner came under attack on Friday after he kept his fans waiting in New York for five hours without showing up.

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In some viral videos on social media, some angry fans were seen throwing things on stage while waiting for the singer for about three hours, and in their chants, they demanded a refund.

Kizz Daniel via his Instagram page explained that his passport was seized at the US Consulate in Nigeria till the day of the show for some reason.

His post read: “DMV, thank you for showing up last night and sincere apologies for all that happened. For some reason, my passport was withheld at US Consulate in Nigeria until the day of the show and previously booked flights had to be cancelled. Same reason I rescheduled the New York show”

Appreciating the love and respect he has for his fans, he wrote “Just for the love and respect I have for you all and my craft I got on the next available flight to New York the second I had my passport thinking I could still make it cuz I just don’t want to cancel another date. I booked a PJ to DMV from New York to make the journey faster but unfortunately, it didn’t work.

“I went straight to the venue from the airport. We could have moved from the show but my team and I believed we could meet up. The performance would have been longer also if the venue had allowed it.

Apologizing to his fans and promising a new date, Kizz Daniel also wrote; “So sorry guys, I will make it up to you. A new date will be announced and all your tickets remain valid. New York let’s have fun tonight!” #afroclassicworldtour2022”

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