“His Family Go Stream Am”: Naira Marley Drops Song After Getting Cancelled Over Mohbad, Peeps React

“His Family Go Stream Am”: Naira Marley Drops Song After Getting Cancelled Over Mohbad, Peeps React

  • Nigerian singer, Naira Marley, caused a buzz on social media after he released a new song
  • The Marlian Music boss dropped the new track only a few months after many Nigerians cancelled him over Mohbad's death
  • The news of Naira Marley quietly dropping his track raised a series of mixed feelings from Nigerians
  • A Nigerian entertainment presenter and social media manager, Tobi Crackit, shared his take on the matter with Legit.ng

Controversial Nigerian singer Azeez Fashola, aka Naira Marley, has dropped a new song to the surprise of netizens.

On December 29, 2023, reports made the rounds online that the Marlian Music boss released a new song called Wahala.

Naira Marley drops new song after getting cancelled over Mohbad's death.
Naira Marley dropped a new song after Mohbad's death. Photos: @nairamarley
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Recall that Naira Marley entered the bad books of Nigerians after many accused him of being responsible for the death of his former signee, Ilerioluwa Aloba, aka Mohbad. This resulted in him being cancelled by radio stations and show promoters.

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Only three months after Mohbad's demise, Naira Marley's new song, Wahala, was spotted on streaming platforms, including Apple Music, and it got many Nigerians talking.

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Nigerians react as Naira Marley quietly drops new song

Shortly after news of Naira Marley's new song made the rounds online, it sparked a debate on social media platforms, with netizens dropping their hot takes. Read some of the comments from Nigerians below:


“I speak for everyone when i say na him and him family members go stream.”


“He no easy . E come be like this Egbon Naira no sabi sing again . ”


“Na him and his Malians family go stream am no shades respectfully.”

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“God forbidI will rather be depressed than listening to this rubbish.God forbid ijn.”


“He made it easier for Nigerians cos wat is he singing?”


“Same style of music all the time .. bro we are bored of you asf go ft mohbad fesss , I wan hear something .”


“Anything wey naira Marley like make he drop,I’m done with nonsense this year.”


“Make him and his family members go de hear foolish set of people.”


“His family and samlarry family will listen to it and before you know it awon Farmer ma ba ti si top 1.”

Read more comments from X below:

Code Red said cancel culture doesn't work in Nigeria:

Ibukun said he would never take Nigerians seriously if the song tops the charts:

Senior Bro had this to say:

Ovolee said nobody would stream the song:

It might be tone deaf, but Naira Marley has a right to drop a song

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A Nigerian presenter and social media manager, Tobi Crackit, noted that Naira Marley dropping a new song is him fighting to remain relevant. According to him, the Marlian Music boss might find it hard to stay in the spotlight if he doesn't make moves like this.

He said:

"Naira Marley has a right to drop a song, although it might be tone deaf but he is also fighting for relevance. If he doesn’t drop a song soon then he might not recover so he needs to stay active, that’s just how the business is. It won’t stop Mohbad’s case, so far he hasn’t broken the law then it’s fine."

Iyabo Ojo reacts to Naira Marley's threat to sue

In other news, Legit.ng reported that Iyabo Ojo shared a post seemingly addressing the lawsuit singer Naira Marley is set to take against her.

In the post on her page, the mum of two made fun of her enemies, stating the bad things that would happen to them.

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Iyabo, who said she had a personal vendetta against Naira Marley, rocked a shimmering ankara dress with a turban to match and showed off funny dance steps according to the song's lyrics.

Source: Legit.ng

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Taiwo Owolawi (Entertainment Editor) Taiwo Owolawi is an entertainment and lifestyle journalist with four years of work experience at Legit.ng. She graduated from Osun State University with a degree in English and International Studies in 2016. She has also moved on to pursue courses in Public Relations and Copywriting. Taiwo emerged as Legit.ng's Best Entertainment Editor in 2022. Contact: taiwo.owolawi@corp.legit.ng.