In the wake of the tragic passing of the talented singer, Mohbad, the music industry and fans alike have been in turmoil, seeking answers and clarity. One of the most prominent figures embroiled in the controversy is Naira Marley, the president of the Marlian music label, under which Mohbad was previously signed.
Naira Marley recently made headlines with a press statement in which he declared his intentions to return to Nigeria and vehemently claimed his innocence regarding the allegations surrounding Mohbad’s death. The statement, released via his Instagram page, emphasized that he had no direct or indirect involvement in the unfortunate incident.
However, actress and politician Tonto Dikeh was quick to challenge Naira Marley’s claims. In a sharp response on her Instagram, she urged the singer to turn himself in to the police and cooperate with the ongoing investigation. “Naria, turn yourself in first and explain later. You and Sam Larry can’t get away with this,” she wrote, emphasizing the gravity of the situation and the need for justice.
NARIA, turn yourself in first and explain later.
You and sam Larry can’t get away with this,.
This is not a movie where you blow powder and automatically we forget ALL THE PAIN, BE@TINGS, ASS@ULTS, MBBING, INJURIE@, HUMILIATION, BULL$ING, OPPR@SSION, INTIMID@TION, PHYSICAL AND MENTAL TRAUMA. You, sam Larry and co brought upon #GENERALMOHBAD?
The Law will take its course,
You can’t and wouldn’t go free.
You can lie all you want, the world now is aware of who you and your People are..
We would not rest until you are apprehended and persecuted for all the atrocities you committed against your fellow human #Generalmohbad.
YOU ARE A VERY BAD BOY AND YOU NEED TO BE STOPPED.
The public’s reaction to Naira Marley’s statement has been mixed. While some fans have shown support, believing in his innocence, others have expressed skepticism, pointing to past disputes between the singer and Mohbad. Naira Marley acknowledged these disputes in his statement but clarified that they never reached a point where harm or ill-will was intended.
Furthermore, Naira Marley addressed rumors about his music label being involved in illicit activities. He firmly stated that Marlian Music is a legitimate label with a primary focus on nurturing and promoting talent. He also denied any affiliations with drug cartels or cults.
As the investigation continues, many are awaiting more concrete evidence and answers. The music industry, fans, and celebrities alike are hoping for a transparent and just resolution to this tragic event. The loss of Mohbad has undoubtedly left a void in the music scene, and the quest for truth and justice remains paramount.