- An old video of singer Bella Shmurda recounting how Mohbad contemplated taking his own life has surfaced online
- In the video, Bella Shmurda said Mohbad almost killed himself over his contract issues with Marlian Records
- The video started gaining attention shortly after news of Mohbad's death hit the internet, with social media users penning tributes to him
An old video of Bella Shmurda saying the Mohbad was suicidal over his contract issues with the record label Marlian Records has gone viral online.
Mohbad died at the age of 27. The cause of his death, however, remains unknown.
His death has continue to spark conversations online.
In a now-viral video, Bella Shmurda, a friend to Mohbad, said the latter suffered trauma over the contract issues with Marlian Records.
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Watch the video below:
Netizens react to Bella Shmurda's old video
Legit captured some comments to the video below:
"I am pleading to Bella to please say what mohbad couldn’t say ."
"Nothis is very heartbroken ."
"This boy literally went through a lot …….. I hope this news is a lie because… it’s saddening."
"Label issues hmmm."
"God abeg do not cut short my glory when am flying high ."
"Mental health matters! RIP ️."
"And after this podcast they thre@ten Bella ♀️."
"Imole gave us peace ♂️♂️ ..now death has stolen that peace …this hurts me so much…. I no believe say I no go see Imole again ♂️."
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"Make dem go carry that foolish samlarry and nairamaly dem Dey behind of the guy death… samlarry n him boys still beat mohbad up last two weeks.."
"May God give his parents, his siblings and Bella Shmurda strength to get through this. He was too young and too talented to go like this ."
Is singer Mohbad dead?
Legit earlier reported that Mohbad passed on at 27.
His death was confirmed by popular entertainment journalist Ovie on X, formerly Twitter.
Fans have since taken to social media to pen tributes to the former Marlian signee.