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Davido Saved Me From “Illegal” Deal I Signed With Kizz Daniel’s Record Label – Barry Jhay [Video]

Barry Jhay claims the deal was “illegal” because the record label ‘Flyboy Inc’ was not registered at the time he signed the contract.

Upcoming singer, Barry Jhay, who claimed he was the first artiste that ever signed to Kizz Daniel‘s Flyboy Inc, has revealed how Davido saved him from the illegal record label deal.

During an interview he had with Do2tun of CoolFM, Barry Jhay revealed Davido saved him from a bad deal he signed with Kizz Daniel’s record company, Flyboy Inc three years ago. The deal ended without Barry releasing any song on the label.

While he was reluctant to talk about the deal, he did says, “Time wasters are time wasters and we have to move on. That’s all I have to say.”

As the chat continued, the singer revealed Davido was his hero because he “helped me get out of the deal (with Flyboy Inc.)” He said Davido, “Did everything he could” to help him get out of the deal.

Although Barry Jhay claims to have signed a document with ‘Flyboy Inc,’ he claims the deal was illegal because the company was not registered at the time. He also claims that after he found out that the company was not registered, he actually registered Flyboy Inc.

When he was quizzed by D2tun on how Flyboy could actually be his, he said, “If he (Kizz Daniel) wants papers to the company, he (Kizz Daniel) should holla at the boy.”

He was also the first artist on Flyboy Inc. The talented singer has since left, but he is now signed to his friend’s label, Cash Nation Records.

As the interview ended, the son of an entertainment Lawyer, Barry Jhay said that if he wants to sue Kizz Daniel, he will, but says that he’s better after leaving Flyboy Inc.

Watch the video below:

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