Nigerians Demand Ban on Marlian Music Label
A petition has emerged in Nigeria, garnering over 200,000 signatures, seeking the banning of Marlian Music, the record company associated with Naira Marley, following the tragic passing of Nigerian rapper and singer Mohbad Ilerieoluwa Oladimeji Aloba.
Tragic Demise of Mohbad
Ilerioluwa Olademeji Aloba, known as Mohbad, was formerly signed to Marlian Music. On Tuesday, September 12, he passed away, sparking the creation of a petition on change.org.
The petition points fingers at Marlian Music, alleging that the record label played a role in Mohbad’s untimely death.
It calls for a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding his demise, underscoring the importance of accountability within the music industry.
Allegations and Internal Conflicts
Prior to his tragic passing, Mohbad had made allegations that Naira Marley, the owner of the record company, and his associates had threatened his life.
This marked a tumultuous period for the talented artist, who had parted ways with Marlian Music amid internal conflicts and abuse accusations.
The situation has since taken a more serious turn, with the police revealing an ongoing investigation into Mohbad’s death.
Growing Support for the Petition
The online petition to ban Mohbad’s former record label, Marlian Music, has gained significant traction, amassing more than 200,000 signatures and counting.
The mounting support reflects the public’s concern over the circumstances leading to the rapper’s passing and underscores the need for accountability in the music industry.
Awaiting Further Developments
As the petition continues to gain momentum and authorities investigate the tragedy, further developments in this story will undoubtedly be closely monitored.
The call for transparency and accountability in the music industry resonates deeply with many Nigerians, and the outcome of this petition will be of great interest.