The death of fast-rising Nigerian musician, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, has raised controversies and sparked outrage among fans and colleagues alike.
The young artist was signed to Marlian Records, a label founded by Naira Marley, but left the label due to misunderstandings between him and his boss.
Mohbad’s death has been attributed to drug overdose, but some fans have expressed skepticism about this claim.
In the wake of Mohbad’s death, mobs of angry fans reportedly stormed Naira Marley’s residence in Lekki, Lagos State, Nigeria.
A video has surfaced showing fans causing havoc and setting a section of the residence on fire.
The video also shows fans chanting and seeking answers amidst Imole’s death.
However, according to a fact-check by idomavoice.com, the house of the popular artist Naira Marley was not burnt down by an angry mob in response to the death of his former signee, Mohbad.
Mohbad’s death has left many in shock and mourning.
The young artist was known for his unique style and talent, and his passing is a great loss to the Nigerian music industry.