A new legal battle has ensued between Nigerian singer Humblesmith and his former record label N-Tyze Entertainment.
This year Humblesmith cut ties with N-Tyze Entertainment and the separation wasn’t amicable as previously perceived.
Humblesmith in a press statement accused his former record label of not holding up their end of the music contract on multiple occasions which forced him to end the contract. This move was countered by N-Tyze stating that the singer was still under contract.
In a new move, N-Tyze Entertainment through its legal team proceeded to sue Humblesmith for N10 million for harassing his former boss Bob Kelly Williams with police officers.
The lawsuit also seeks to prevent Humblesmith from releasing new music, recording or performing as well.
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N-TYZE Entertainment sues Humblesmith for N10 Million Naira Ntyze Entertainment, through the label's legal representative, Barrister Keshi Elvis, have filed a lawsuit against Humblesmith for inciting officers of the Zone 2 police command to intimidate and harass the label's CEO', Bob Kelly Williams. The lawsuit also restricts Humblesmith from releasing new music or performing or appearing at any musical shows pending the determination of the suit. Yesterday, we published a press release from Humblesmith's camp announcing that Humblesmith has parted ways with N-Tyze Entertainment. Well, the label has announced that this as FALSE as Humblesmith is still under contract