Bella Shmurda’s Demand for Justice
Bella Shmurda, the Nigerian musician, has taken to Twitter to demand the arrest of Naira Marley and his associates, suggesting their involvement in the death of fellow artist Mohbad.
This call for justice comes after a period of silence following Mohbad’s tragic passing on September 12, 2023.
A Plea for Justice
In a series of tweets, Bella Shmurda expressed his commitment to seeking justice for Mohbad.
He revealed that he couldn’t remain silent, as the spirit of his late friend compelled him to act. Shmurda insisted that those who had made Mohbad’s life difficult must be held accountable.
The Unrest in Bella Shmurda’s Heart
Bella Shmurda admitted that he had tried to avoid using his phone and commenting on the situation, but the persistent unrest in his heart and Mohbad’s spirit drove him to speak out.
He emphasized that he wanted those responsible for Mohbad’s hardship to find no peace.
Filing a Petition with the Police
Furthermore, Bella Shmurda revealed that Mohbad had filed a petition with the Nigerian Police while he was alive, expressing fear for his life.
He urged the authorities to end their indifference to the matter and take action.
Shmurda’s tweets conveyed the deep sense of responsibility he felt to honor his friend’s memory.
A Canceled Canadian Tour
In light of the troubling events surrounding Mohbad’s death, Bella Shmurda made the difficult decision to cancel his Canadian tour.
He raised concerns that if Naira Marley and others fled the country, it could be an indication of their involvement in the charges against them.
He even suggested that they should be banned from returning to Nigeria.
Allegations of Mistreatment and Controversy
The circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s demise have raised significant controversy.
Multiple videos have surfaced, depicting the late singer being mistreated by his former record label, which some now label as a “cult” involved in money laundering and illegal drug activities.
These developments have further fueled the demand for justice and accountability in the Nigerian music industry.