Kizz Daniel responds to the backlash he received after his “Cabal” tweet.
Vado explained that his ‘cabal” tweet wasn’t personal but based on another artist being snubbed by an International award body
Kizz Daniel addressed a recent call-out on social media over his “cabal” tweet in a new interview while covering the latest TheWill Downtown Magazine issue.
During his recent interview on the cover of TheWill Downtown Magazine’s current issue, Kizz Daniel reacted to the way he was recently called out on social media.
This edition was published on Sunday, January 9th, 2022.
Last Year, The “Lie” crooner posted a tweet in which he criticized the music industry’s “cabal” and how it affects the industry’s advancement.
As a result, a number of people including celebrities chastised him for his post.
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The Flyboy Label Boss, who was covering TheWill Downtown Magazine’s latest edition at the time, remarked in response to the call:
“First of all, I have no clue who this person is and I’ve never heard of him in my life. Concerning the tweet, it wasn’t personal.
What happened exactly was someone showed me a tweet from a colleague complaining about an artist not being nominated for an international award—and this colleague had a strong argument.
The artist in question had a more significant impact on the international scene than the artists on the list but he wasn’t there.
Why do we always have to lobby before we get nominated for an award? Do you get what I’m saying? It’s a cabal. Na people wey you know. I wish I could say more but I can’t. But it’s the truth and the industry knows. I didn’t say anything the industry didn’t already know.”