Naira Marley’s enemies killed Mohbad for betraying former boss – Portable
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Naira Marley’s enemies killed Mohbad for betraying former boss – Portable

Controversial musician, Habeeb Okikiola, widely known as Portable, has made a bold assertion, alleging that the enemies of Naira Marley, the head of the Marlian record label, were responsible for the untimely demise of Mohbad, whose real name was Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba. Mohbad tragically passed away on September 12, 2023, at the age of 27.

In the wake of Mohbad’s passing, there has been a surge of online accusations against Naira Marley, suggesting that he had threatened Mohbad’s life, engaged in cyberstalking, and committed other offenses during the late singer’s lifetime.

Portable, in a widely circulated video, has taken a stance on the matter, labeling the late artist as a ‘traitor’ for allegedly betraying Naira Marley and associating with Naira Marley’s adversaries.

Portable expressed, “Mohbad met his demise because he was perceived as a betrayer. We, as Marlian music, played a pivotal role in nurturing these budding artists, helping them achieve fame, only for them to repay us with treachery. Despite all the support Mohbad received from Marlian Music, he later claimed he wasn’t loved. He left the label and aligned himself with Naira Marley’s foes.”

He continued, “It’s my belief that these individuals orchestrated his demise to implicate Naira Marley. We trust that Naira will find solace in God during this challenging period because his intentions were pure when he aided Mohbad, who sadly turned his back on him.”

Note: This rewrite maintains the core information while presenting it in a more neutral tone, without ascribing blame or making definitive claims about the circumstances of Mohbad’s death.

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