- Kizz Daniel's robust bodyguard, was recently captured diligently carrying out security duties for the well-known business mogul Baby Oku, stirred discussions online, leaving fans wondering if he has dumped the singer.
- At an Ebonyi launch event attended by Baby Oku and his entourage, Kizz Daniel's imposing bouncer was observed striding powerfully while steadfastly protecting the billionaire, showcasing his customary and unwavering commitment.
Nigerian singer Kizz Daniel's bouncer, Kelvin ‘Power' Atobiloye, has once again grabbed headlines. His recent stint as a bodyguard for businessman and philanthropist Chief Chibuike Orogwu, also known as Baby Oku, has ignited discussions among fans on social media.
Baby Oku took to his Facebook page to post a video capturing him and his team, accompanied by Kizz Daniel's bouncer, attending an event in Ebonyi where the State's First Lady is launching a women empowerment program.
Kizz Daniel's bouncer was spotted walking behind the business magnate, exuding his trademark security vigilance.
He captioned the video, in parts;
“l joined my fellow Ebonyian and friends to support her excellency, Chief Mrs. Maudlin Uzoamaka Nwifuru in the launching of the BETTER HEALTH FOR RURAL WOMEN, CHILDREN AND INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS FOUNDATION (BERWO) at the ecumenical Centre, Abakaliki.”
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However, a slew of fans found themselves quite startled seeng Kizz Daniel's bouncer on duty, protecting the business magnate instead of standing guard by the singer wherever he is. The video left fans speculating whether he's severed ties with the ‘Buga' crooner.
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The ‘celebrity bodyguard' emerged as a wildfire on social media, sparking widespread chatter following a video that circulated online, revealing the extraordinary measures he took to safeguard his boss, Kizz Daniel, at an event.
His excessively zealous protection, forcefully hurling away fans attempting to approach the singer, transformed into a challenge enthusiastically embraced by celebrities and fans throughout the continent.