- The tribute by Nigerian Fuji legend King Wasiu Ayinde, popularly known as Kwam1 or K1 De Ultimate, to the late singer Mohbad has sparked heated reactions online
- The indigenous star took time out during his coronation ceremony in Ijebu to honour the departed musician
- A video of his touching tribute recently made the rounds on social media as netizens stirred up more controversies
Nigerian Fuji artist superstar Wasiu Ayinde, popularly known as Kwam1 or K1 De Ultimate, paid tribute to the late singer Mohbad at his recent coronation concert.
He was, however, heavily criticised online for honouring the late singer.
Giving a speech at his coronation ceremony in Ijebu, the Fuji star mentioned that Nigeria had many talented artists and sadly lost one recently, as he acknowledged Mohbad's vocal skills.
Kwam1 said that Mohbad's death caught him off guard and made him feel bad about humanity in general.
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The tribute to the departed artist from Kwam1 read:
"We have a whole lot of artists that can keep the country together, we have Wizkid, Davido, Burna Boy, Tiwa Sãvage. Unfortunately, something happened to us a while ago, it caught us unaware and it set us back, and made us feel bad about ourselves and our attitudes. Mohbad rest in peace."
See a video of his tribute below:
Kwam1's tribute to Mohbad sparks reactions online
Legit.ng captured some of the hot takes below:
“Unfortunately his daughter is Naira Marley’s lawyer."
“Sam Larry would’ve been here but oti fi Eko leh fun Mohbad."
“But you turn agbero during the elections, they help dey attack Igbos
One Nib Olatunjasi Bayi:
“And his daughter dey represent the criminal wey assault the boy till death."
Nigerian man vows to give Mohbad's wife N10m
Meanwhile, a Nigerian man, Larry Omordia, identified as the CEO of African TV, challenged the late singer’s wife, Omawunmi Aloba, to prove the paternity of her son, Liam Aloba
In a trending video sighted by Legit.ng on X, formerly known as Twitter, the elderly man explained why it was important for the late singer's wife to prove her innocence amid the controversies surrounding her husband's death.
He stated that opting for a DNA test was the best to shut trolls and those criticising her, as he promised to give Imole's son N10m if the paternity test was positive.