In light of the passing of Ileriouluwa Oladimeji Aloba, also known as Mohbad, the late singer’s aunt has criticized his widowed wife.
Since the news of his demise broke, many have accused his widowed wife of being responsible for his death.
Joining the league of accusers, Mohbad’s mother’s sister appeared in a video going viral and questioned the presence of blood-soaked clothes at the time of the singer’s death.
During her visit to their home, she was surprised at the sight of these clothes and expressed her disgust.
She went on to assert that if Omowunmi played a role in Mohbad’s demise, she would not go unpunished, as she levied severe curses against her.
In her words,”Wunmi do you want to tell me that Mohbad’s dad is lying against you? When I got to your house after MohBad d!ed, I saw many clothes that were soaked in blo*d.
I was so surprised, I had to ask my sister that why is there so much blo*d on these clothes? Nobody asked you anything. If you know about Mohbad’s dea*h, you will never go scot-free.
God will use the blood relationship between me and Mohbad to punish you. I have so many things I want to say but I am still holding on. You will not escape it”
Watch her speak below.
TIME OF GIST reported earlier that The House of Representatives has summoned singer Azeez Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley and Mohbad’s manager to appear before it.
This comes as part of efforts to address concerns surrounding the works of the late singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad and ensure that his rights are upheld.
The House, through its Committee on Justice, Youth, and Legislative Compliance, also invited Jiggy Adeoye, Mohbad’s manager.
The invitation to Mohbad’s manager is to enable the lawmakers to have an interactive session scheduled for October 3.
This comes as a bold step towards securing proper compensation and royalties for the late music sensation.
Mohbad, a former signee of Naira Marley’s record label, tragically passed away at the age of 27 under unclear circumstances on September 12.
The House’s decision to intervene in the matter was prompted by a motion sponsored by Rep. Babajimi Benson (APC-Lagos).
Benson urged a review of the laws pertaining to the entertainment industry and copyright, expressing concerns about the contracts and agreements that artists were often compelled to sign.
During the debate on the matter at the plenary session on September 26, the lawmakers had expressed their commitment to ensuring proper compensation and royalties for Mohbad’s musical works.
The lawmakers also pledged to monitor the ongoing investigation into his death and the royalties accruing to him.
In a letter dated October 26, signed by the Committee’s Clerk, Mr. Yusuf Ibrahim, the House formally summoned both Naira Marley and Mohbad’s manager.
This was to provide insights into the situation and guide the committee on potential legislative action.
The letter was routed through the President of the Performing Musicians Associations of Nigeria, NAN reports.