Naira Marley Denies Involvement in Former Signee Mohbad’s Death
Popular singer Naira Marley has released a statement refuting any direct or indirect involvement in the tragic passing of his former signee, Ilerioluwa Aloba, known as Mohbad.
In the statement shared on his Instagram page, Naira Marley expressed his shock at Mohbad’s death and the subsequent “lies and threats” made against him.
Disputes and Disagreements
Naira Marley acknowledged that he and Mohbad had their fair share of disagreements during their professional collaboration.
However, he emphasized that these disputes never escalated to the point of harboring ill intentions or wishing harm upon each other.
Cooperating with Authorities
The singer clarified that he has been residing outside the country since August 31 but is making arrangements to return.
He has been invited by the police, who are actively investigating Mohbad’s death. Naira Marley assured that he is fully cooperating with the police and sees no reason to be on the run, as he bears no responsibility for the unfortunate incident.
Seeking the Truth
Naira Marley stated that the circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s death will be revealed in due time, allowing the world to uncover the truth.
He pointed out that Mohbad voluntarily left his record label in September 2022, and the departure was handled amicably.
He dismissed claims that his label attempted to hinder Mohbad’s career after his departure.
Denying Drug Cartel Allegations
Additionally, Naira Marley firmly denied allegations that he is involved in illegal drug activities or that his record label operates as a drug cartel.
He stressed that he has never engaged in physical altercations with Mohbad nor instructed anyone to harass or attack the former signee.
Naira Marley’s statement seeks to address the controversies and speculations surrounding Mohbad’s untimely demise while maintaining his innocence in the matter.
The ongoing police investigation will play a pivotal role in shedding light on the circumstances leading to Mohbad’s tragic death.