Mohbad concealed for 6 months over worry of attacks –Parents
By Zuleihat Owuiye, Mamos Nigeria
The parents of the late singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, on Wednesday told the coroner investigating the cause of their son’s death that their son stopped going to concerts for six months due to constant beatings, bullying and fear of bullying. He said he was there. Label owner Azeez Fashola (better known as Naira Marley) and his ally Sammy Larry.
They also claimed that they were attacked because they said they did not want Naira Marley’s brother, Tunde Fashola, to be their manager.
The late singer’s father, Joseph Alloba, said: He said he doesn’t know if the drugs he took at NDLEA will show up at the airport. ”
He said that on the day Mokhbad was injured, he witnessed Naira Marley and her sons and claimed, Mokhbad said it was a common thing for them to attack him.
The mother said, “My son told me that Naira Marley forced him to do a show, but he refused because the show was hosted by Sammy Lally.
“When Mohbad was with me, he was always full of fear. He had to collect all the money he had spent on the shows he performed in because the three-year contract he had signed with Naira Marley had not yet expired.
“He was always talking about Naira Marley and Sammy Lally and he was always shaking. I asked him to let me talk to them.” I begged him again and again, but he refused, saying he didn’t want them to kill me.
“The last time he went to a show, he came back and Naira Marley came to attack him.” He reported the incident to the police, but his mother said she did not know if the police had invited Naira Marley.
She said that when Mr. He said he did not know that his son was a musician until he was left with his father in 2019 and they met again in Ayobo in 2019.
According to Mr. Abosede, Mr. Mohbad was his second child and had two other siblings, but when he was separated from his father, he took all but the last one of his children with him because he was still young. He was not allowed to go. She claimed that he didn’t even stay together for long when her father took him away from her.
Mohbad’s mother said it was her sister who came to visit Mohbad’s and his friends, and they later exchanged her phone numbers.
When I told her he was singing, she said I told her it wasn’t a prophecy I got when I was pregnant with him. “I told him you should have been a priest, but he played with me and left,” he recalls.
“After he left that night, someone came up to me and showed me a video that was circulating on the internet, where they beat him and he cried. He said Naira Marley was trying to kill him.