Abiola Akinbiyi, better known by his stage name Bella Shmurda, a Nigerian music icon, has issued a warning to the Nigerian Police, advising them to either launch a thorough investigation to find Mobad’s killers or risk having the law enacted by fans of the deceased musicians.
In a series of posts via his verified X account formally known as Twitter on Sunday, Mr Akinbiyi described that the late singer made music to make people happy.
He said the least anyone can do to pay their last respect for him was to ensure they get justice for Mobad, legal or illegal.
“Pounds for pounds, flesh for flesh Whether u be aiye oo,eiye oo, or sea lords whatever it may be this boy sang for make us happy, jubilate, think, rejoice supported even while is in pains and living in fear now it’s our time to do our part for him I want everyone with one voice let get him justice all hands on deck #justice for Mohbad fish dem out legal or illegal
The News.ng had reported Mohbad’s demise last week Tuesday. The 27-year-old was rumoured to have passed after taking an injection from an ear infection.
Consequently, Many Nigerians have demanded the police to carry out an investigation into the controversies surrounding the musician’s death.
This medium also reported how the Nigerian police force announced plans to begin a full-scale investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba aka Mohbad.
Also venting about Mobad’s death, Mr Akinbiyi called out the late singer’s former music label boss, Naira Marley Afeez Fashola urging him to release Mobad’s catalogue and unpaid royalties legally.
“If una, like make una pack una family member, do tribute song first release his catalogue and unpaid royalties legally.
‘’Then we started a fresh discussion about other things she-goat with a British accent. All of una wey Dey der wen things Dey hapun wey Dey form gang gang.
“Una just jam wahala I know all of una is better una travel no come back for life bcos hmm ‘anyways boys don Dey street Sha everybody go feel am