Naira Marley, a Nigerian singer and Marlian Records boss who is being accused of Mohbad’s death, has denied all allegations of being involved in the singer’s death.
He vehemently denied any involvement whether indirectly or directly concerning the singer’s death. These allegations arose in response to a video circulating on social media, showing an incident involving one of Naira Marley’s associates, Sam Larry, at Zlatan’s music video shoot, where Mohbad was apparently harassed.
Mohbad passed away on September 12 and was laid to rest the following day in Ikorodu, Lagos. His death has sparked numerous controversies and conspiracy theories.
In an official statement on his Instagram handle, Naira Marley addressed the allegations, emphasizing that he had no connection to Mohbad’s death, either directly or indirectly. He also refuted claims that his Marlian Records label was involved in any drug cartel activities and asserted that he was not part of any cult or fraternity.
Naira Marley expressed his determination to clear his name and cooperate with the authorities during their investigation. Despite the onslaught on his reputation, Naira Marley stated that he was returning to Nigeria to assist with the investigation and provide his side of the story.
While he acknowledged the misunderstanding he had with Mohbad, he admitted that they never wished each other harm. Naira Marley believed that someone with a vendetta against him was trying to frame him for Mohbad’s death and expressed confidence that the truth would eventually come to light.
He acknowledged that attempts to set up musicians were not uncommon in the industry and vowed to prove his innocence. While some still suspect Naira Marley’s involvement, the Lagos State Police Command is conducting an ongoing investigation to uncover the truth.
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