Shallipopi Reveals Shocking Email from Impersonator Claiming to Be Late Mohbad

Nigerian singer Shallipopi recently revealed an unusual email he received, purportedly from an unidentified individual impersonating the late Nigerian singer, Mohbad.

This revelation has sent shockwaves through the music industry and social media.

Mohbad’s Mysterious Demise

Mohbad, a talented artist formerly signed to Marlian Music, was reported dead on September 12.

Initial rumors suggested that he had succumbed to an ear infection, although no concrete evidence has emerged to substantiate this claim.

To shed light on the circumstances surrounding his death, authorities recently exhumed Mohbad’s body for a thorough autopsy.

Shallipopi’s Disturbing Discovery

Several days after Mohbad’s passing, Shallipopi took to Snapchat to share a screenshot of an email he had received.

The email claimed to be from Mohbad himself, and its contents were nothing short of eerie. The message began with the words, “Good evening Shali, this is Mohbad, but remain calm.”

Online Reactions

Shallipopi’s revelation immediately ignited a flurry of reactions on various social media platforms.

Many individuals expressed their astonishment and concern in the comment sections of his posts.

Some of the notable reactions included:

@1Cyphz: “Them wan run a whole Shallipopi street.”

@NwanneDivine: “Na wah ooo, Scammers still can’t respect the dead?”

@gifted_willy: “Nigerians Dey use anything play.”

@_OLUOFLAGOS: “Pluto boys pelu Elon musk boys still dey use old iPhone?”

@Billz_eth: “You wan scam Elon musk boys.”

@tegayrn64: “Mohbad Spirit no de slap person?”

@PreciousV00: “I don’t understand why they keep dropping conversations they had with the late artiste now.”


As the mystery surrounding this email deepens, the music community and the public at large are left perplexed.

The true identity and motives of the individual behind this impersonation remain unclear, and Shallipopi’s encounter with this email continues to generate discussions and debates online.

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