“We Don’t Accept Bastards Where I Am From”: Mohbad’s Father Insists on DNA for Grandson, Clip Trends

“We Don’t Accept Bastards Where I Am From”: Mohbad’s Father Insists on DNA for Grandson, Clip Trends

  • A recent interview granted by Joseph Aloba, Mohbad's father, where he spoke about his grandson, Liam, has gone viral
  • During the interview, Mr Aloba noted that performing a DNA test on Mohbad's only son is compulsory
  • He also said he didn't know why the autopsy was taking so long but would give an update soon on the details of the final burial

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The father of late Nigerian singer Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, known professionally as Mohbad, has sparked reactions online after a clip of a recent interview he granted to Stams TV went viral.

Joseph Aloba, during the interview, spoke about an array of issues pertaining to his late son.

Mohbad's father speaks about doing a DNA test on grandson, Liam
Mohbad's father finally speaks about his grandson, Liam and why performing a DNA test to confirm his paternity is compulsory. Photo credit: @iammohbad/@stamsTV
Source: Instagram

During his conversation with Stams TV, the clergyman noted that a DNA test on his grandson, Liam, is now necessary.

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He noted during the interview that in Ikere-Ekiti, where he is from, accepting bastards is taboo.

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Mr Aloba also noted that if the results come back negative, he will be left distraught because that is the only child his son left behind.

Mohbad's father also spoke about the ongoing autopsy. He said he didn't know why the results were taking so long to be released but would reach out to one of the senior police officers on the case to get more clarifications.

Here's a transcription of the interview from Yoruba to English:

"This autopsy is taking time, I wasn't aware it would take this long because Mohbad's corpse shouldn't be suffering. Concerning the DNA test, it's a must they do it; Nigerians are demanding it. I heard rumours that they did it, but no matter what, I'm Mohbad's father, so I'll give consent to the DNA test or send anyone who can represent me during the test if I'm not there to know how they'll do it.

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"We don't accept B@stards where I'm from in Ikere-Ekiti. But it will be a thing of joy for me if this child is Mohbad's."

Watch the interview below:

Netizens react to Mohbad's father's comment about Liam's DNA test

Nigerians shared different opinions about Mohbad's father's recent interview.

@bimbola09:

"After the DNA, I hope the lady goes very far from this man, imagine."

@castroevans1:

"Did I read "Mohbad's corpse shouldnt be suffering"... he must be delusional, the corpse is way better better the cruel way he was buried, bent his neck to fit into a undersized coffin... good riddance to bad rubbish."

@kingg_david__:

"They’re obviously hiding something cause why the sudden lie that the dna was done? Ogb too posted it on Twitter looooool . Idk ooo but I believe if wifey is clean it should have been done sinceeeeeee with full chest nd mk doubters look stupid."

@spicytouchdesigns:

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"Such a shame. The wife should never let this man see that child again if she did the DNA and it's confirmed to be Mohbad's child. How can I man that should be grieving be granting interviews left and right and bad mouthing your daughter in-law."

@graciehabiba:

"You said this is the child he left for you yet you’re asking for DNA test again? And not just one but 2 DNA tests? There’s something wrong with this man. SMH."

@realtor_kenthorpe:

"This man is the weapôn fashioned against mohbad and wunmi I’m sure he would wish the Liam is not mohbad’s so all the properties can be his… Poverty is a disèase."

@ameeenah_12:

"After DNA that girl should go far far away from this man."

@jay_jumbo101:

"Anyone with a smartphone can walk up to this man and interview him….. an unwise old man! ENKR sir."

@mr_nsixteen:

"This man and interview is 5&6. He is stylishly praying the son is not Mohbad so that he can automatically collect all properties belonging to the son."

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@rashy_babs:

"His father is insisting on DNA just because of properties..."

@allurebybella_:

"Such a shameless man!! You literally should be crying and screaming for justice for your son first. All this one can be done later."

Mohbad’s dad shares more details about his son's last moments

Legit.ng recalls reporting a video of Mr Aloba where he shed more light on some of the things his son was battling with before his tragic death.

The cleric noted in the viral clip that in all the statements released by arrested parties over his son's death, he believes the truth will prevail.

He then mentioned that the late singer had already died at home and outside before he passed away because he had been in pain for a long time, and he did not tell anyone.

Source: Legit.ng

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