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Bad Boy Timz Files N200m Lawsuit Against His Former Record Label, Anonymous Music

Badboytimz said he is no longer with the label as he has terminated his contract with Anonymous Music.

Fast-rising Nigerian Artiste, Bad Boy Timz has filed a N200 million lawsuit against his former record label, Anonymous Music, for libelous publication.

Bad Boy Timz Files N200m Lawsuit Against His Former Record Label, Anonymous Music 1

The lawsuit was a reaction to a video that was published on Instablog9ja that shows the artiste in handcuffs and led by a band of policemen.

The video headlines state that the artiste was allegedly arrested for defrauding his record label and a show promoter in Abuja.

“Singer BadBoy Timz arrested in Abuja for allegedly defrauding his record label and show organizers,” the video caption reads.

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In the lawsuit shared on his Twitter page, Timz claimed that the video that was leaked to Instablog9ja – which Anonymous Music has allegedly apologized for in private – is libelous.

The letter claimed that Bad Boy Timz only exercised his right to terminate his recording and performance contract with with Anonymous Music because of a breach of contract.

Bad Boy Timz and his team have since demanded an apology from Temple Egemasi and Precious Egemasi, directors of Anonymous Music.

They also demand that the apology be published in three newspapers alongside a payment of NGN200 million for the alleged libelous video published on Instablog9ja.

It is claimed that failure to meet any of those terms will result in a NGN900 million libel suit against the aforementioned directors of Anonymous Music and their company itself.

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BadboyTimz had also put up a press release stating that he had terminated any existing contract between himself and the record label. Therefore, any releases coming from the record label should be ignored.

 

Meanwhile, Nigerian Singer Lyta has been called out by his babymama, Kemi Ayorinde, over his inability to afford N13,000 for his child’s first birthday.

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