Naira Marley who has been accused of having a hand in the dèath of Mohbad, has also denied the allegations of being a drug lord and cultist.
Naira Marley who is Mohbad’s ex boss, has been on the run since Mohbad died two weeks ago.
Recall, Mohbad died on Tuesday evening, September 12 after receiving a tetanus injection from an auxiliary nurse.
However, Naira Marley and Sammy Larry were said to have assaulted Mohbad when he was alive and this act put the late singer into depression till he passed.
Naira Marley who said he is innocent of what he is being accused of, revealed this in a statement via his official Instagram account on Tuesday night, September 26.
“The last few days, there has been a lot of onslaught on my person and reputation globally over the death of my former signee. All manner of stories has been woven against me in respect of his untimely death. I have not only been in shock over the death of the deceased whom I considered to be my brother and member of our music family, but over the various lies spread and threats against me.
“Before I progress further, let me say that as it is traumatic for a lot of people to bear the reality of lleri’s death, so it is to me. May his gentle soul continue to rest in peace and may God grant his family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss”.
“Permit me to categorically state that I have no hand in the death of llerioluwa, either directly or indirectly. It is not unusual in the industry, just like in several other industries to have family friction, even amongst blood relatives”.
“Truly, we had our own share of misunderstandings whilst working together, but the disagreement between us was never to the extent being painted by some hirelings. It never degenerated to the extent of wishing each other death. Even at that, we were resolving our business disputes legally before he had passed”.
Read full statement below;
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