G-Worldwide Entertainment pop-superstar and multiple awards winner Kiss Daniel, says he does not take advantage of his female fans even though some throw themselves at him. He says that he always exercises restraint in such instances. His confession is coming after his recent concert in Warri. Kiss Daniel invited a girl on stage and he crooned for her, during which the girl practically melted in his hands. How I handle female fans who make passes at me – Kiss Daniel.
Shortly after, news made the rounds that the girl probably followed him to his hotel room but the talented singer debunked the report, saying the ‘act’ ended on stage. Also on several occasions, there has been massive outpouring of love for the Sin City singer by his fans, especially females, yet he says he made a resolve not to take advantage of them.
Recall that about a year ago, the pop singer revealed that he once got carried away while kissing a girl on stage. The ‘Woju’ crooner said he gets to kiss at least one girl at every show.
How I handle female fans who make passes at me – Kiss Daniel
Here’s what he told the Punch then: “On one occasion in Warri, some of the female fans got so excited to see me perform live that they literally tore my shirt to shreds. I get kissed on stage a lot. Most of the time, when I go to shows, I already know I am going to kiss a girl or more. There was this show I attended in Ibadan. A girl came up to dance with me. While we were dancing, she kissed me and I got carried away for a few moments,” he noted.
But in this recent chat with the Punch, Daniel said, “I am an entertainer and it is inevitable that ladies would always come around me. However, I respect my fans a lot and I don’t take advantage of them. Some ladies could act funny but I handle them maturely. Many of the things you see on stage end there; they are all part of the show. Many of these fans are in love with the idea of who they think you are; they don’t know the real you.”
The award winning singer spoke further on his most memorable performance. He said, “That would be difficult for me to say because for every gig, I bring my ‘A’ game. No two shows are the same and I always want to give my fans different things every time I step on stage.”