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“My son’s death wasn’t a natural one” Mohbad’s mother cries out, as she reveals he was never at peace with Naira Marley

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Mohbad’s mother cries out and blames naira Marley

The sudden and shocking demise of young Nigerian music sensation, Mohbad, continues to grip the nation, with fans, fellow artists, and the entertainment industry struggling to come to terms with the loss.

As more details emerge about the circumstances surrounding his passing, the late singer’s mother, has broken her silence and voiced her suspicions that her son’s death was not a natural one but rather a tragedy shrouded in mystery.

In an emotionally charged interview, Mohbad’s mother shared her deep grief at the loss of her talented son. She began by debunking any ideas that her son’s death was due to natural causes, strongly suggesting that there was something much more sinister at play.

“My son’s dEath wasn’t a natural one, he was k#I|£d. My son hasn’t knöwn peace ever since he got involved with Naira Marley”

Let’s also recall that the father has spoken out on a couple of times about the death of his son. On all the occasions, he had debunked claims that something sinister had happened to his son. In one of the interviews he had even hinted at his son probably dying due to an injection given to him by an auxiliary nurse

One of the most troubling aspects of the revelation made by Mohbad’s mother was the strained relationship between Mohbad and Naira Marley. Her heartbreaking statement insinuated that her son had been living in constant anxiety and stress due to ongoing conflicts with Naira Marley.

This revelation has only reinforced the suspicions clouding around Naira Marley.
Kemi Filani just reported some hours ago that an old video of Naira Marley had surfaced online. In the video her had admitted to being arrested in the US about 124 times.

While Mohbad’s mother did not go into specific details during the interview, her statement raises critical questions about the circumstances leading up to her son’s death.