"Mohbad once accused me of dating his best-friend because i was close to him"- Mohbad's wife Wumi reveals

“Mohbad once accused me of dating his bestfriend because i was close to him”- Mohbad’s wife Wumi reveals

Cynthia Omowunmi Aloba, the wife of the late singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, also known as Mohbad, has revealed that the late singer once accused her of dating his best friend Micee, because she was close to him.

She revealed Micee was a very good friend of Mohbad, and through him, she became very close to Micee,and it got to the point that their closeness made Mohbad accuse them of having an affair.she further revealed that it became a very big issues that a family meeting was held to resolve the issue.

Wunmi stated that when Micee moved away from them, he started communicating with Naira Marley and Mohbad’s stepmother and was telling them everything about Mohbad.

In her words,” Micee was a very good friend of Mohbad and through that he became close to me too. We used to talk very well. It got to a point that our closeness made Mohbad to think we were having an affair. He started accusing us of sleeping with each other. It became a very big issue to the extent that a family meeting was held over the matter.

Mohbad told his parents and another relative that he believed there was something going on between us so the whole family decided and agreed that Mohbad and I should stop being friends with Mice, he should move away from us and we must never contact him again. Even before this issue, Mohbad discovered that Mice was snitching on him to Naira Marley. He was telling Naira everything that was going on with Mohbad. After Mice had departed from us, I discovered that he had a constant communication with Mohbad’s stepmother. I was shocked because I didn’t know how they met to the extent of exchanging phone numbers.

I want the court to invite Mice and Mohbad’s stepmother so they can explain the relationship that is between them. I can see everything he is saying about me on the social media. They are all lies”.

TIME OF GIST reported earlier that Cynthia Omowumi Aloba, wife of late Afrobeat singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, on Tuesday, told the Lagos Coroner, Magistrate Adedayo Shotobi, investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of her husband how Naira Marley and his boy’s bullied Mohbad to his death.

Cynthia Omowumi Aloba revealed that after her late husband Mohbad left Marlian Records, Naira Marley and his boy’s came after Mohbad and they bullied him everywhere. She stated that Naira Marley and his boy’s already killed him inside before his death.

She said that when Mohbad was still in Marlian Records he complained that his manager at Marlian Records was giving out all his shows to other artists while Naira Marley wasn’t promoting all his songs, yet he promoted other artists. Mohbad complained, but Naira Marley didn’t listen to him, and he felt like Naira Marley was burying his talent and got tired, then decided to leave Marlian Records.

She further revealed that they had nothing until bella Shmurda came to their rescue.

Part of her statement reads,”After Mohbad left The Marlian’s record label, Naira Marley and his boys were always bul*ying him everywhere. They already k!lled him before his de*th. He was always living in fear. When Moh was with them he complained that his manager was always giving his shows out to other artistes. Naira refused to promote all the songs Moh was releasing yet he was promoting other artiste’s songs.

MOH complained to Naira about this but Naira still refused to promote his songs. He became depressed because of this. He told Naira that he was just burying his talent and that why were his own songs not being promoted by the label. This really affected Moh a lot and he had emotional trauma. This was the major reason why he left the label. When he left the label, he had zero naira in his bank account. Things were so tough and rough for us. It was Bella Shmurda that fed and housed us. We had nothing if not for Bella that came to our rescue”.





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