The Nigerian artist Kizz Daniel has pledged to give a small girl N1 million as compensation for taking part in the trending “Twe Twe” challenge.
Daniel uploaded a video of the young child dancing and singing along to the words of his freshly released song, “Twe Twe,” on Instagram on Wednesday.
The singer of “Shuperu” also requested assistance in finding the girl from the individual who first shared the girl’s video on social media.
He went on to say that whomever brings the young girl to him will receive “a gift” and “a million” for her.
“yinkuss_dc, Help us find her. I have a million for her and a gift for anybody wey bring her to me. Approved #twetwechallenge,” he wrote.
The 28-year-old singer released “Twe Twe” and the smash song “Too Busy To Be Bae” towards the end of the previous year.
The lively and energizing song “Twe Twe” is a perfect blend of tradition and contemporary, with inspiration from the rich cultural legacy of the Nupe tribe in Nigeria.
Daniel became well-known in 2015 after his song “Woju” was released.
In 2013 he signed a record deal with G-Worldwide Entertainment, but after a legal battle and disagreement over the terms of the contract, he departed the label.
Later, in November 2017, he founded Flyboy Inc., his record company, but he recently resigned as CEO.
He signed Emperor Geezy, his ex-label boss, as Flyboy Inc.’s head honcho.