Controversial Naira Marley, the head of Nigerian street-pop, has at last commented on the passing of Mohbad, the star of his previous record company. Naira Marley and his record label responded to the news by issuing a formal statement addressing the unfortunate passing of the ex-signee four days after the news of Mohbad’s death first surfaced. He touched on a few topics in the formal statement posted on Naira’s page, making clear that he had no involvement in the deceased’s passing.
Naira Marley, a well-known Nigerian artist and record company owner, has finally responded to claims that he was responsible for the unfortunate death of teenage Street pop star Mohbad. Naira Marley said in an official statement posted on his page that although he and Mohbad had disagreements before he left his company, he never intended any damage or death for him. The Marlian leader claimed he had never thought of Mohbad as a signee but rather as his brother.
Additionally, the Shepeteri singer stated in his official statement that he and his label are prepared to offer whatever help is required to substantiate wrongdoing and injustice in the untimely demise of his former signee. Additionally, he observed that his colleague’s burial was improper and was disappointed because he was powerless to change it.
Fans’ reactions could not be obtained because the comment sections of both posts were shut. The author also remembers covering the fan/netizen outcry on Naira’s social media pages for the loss of Imole. Certain admirers suspected him of being involved in Mohbad’s demise. The head of the Marlian record label had a social media presence full of slurs, insults, and baseless claims. Imole’s wife, Wunmi, said on social media a few hours after his murder that her husband had endured multiple threats from his former record company, Marlian Records, which had caused him to live in constant terror.