- As outrage continues to trail the sudden demise of singer Mohbad, some Nigerians have taken it personally
- One such Nigerian is a lady who was seen angrily destroying a fine portrait of her fave, Naira Marley
- Mixed reactions trailed the video of the lady destroying the Naira Marley frame and setting the shattered bits on fire
In protest of Mohbad's untimely demise, a Nigerian lady destroyed a fine frame of Naira Marley in her apartment.
The Peace crooner's demise has sparked outrage across social media from fans and celebrities, with many accusing his former record label, Marlian Records, of being responsible.
The lady, a fan of Naira Marley, seemed to have taken the death personally as she registered her displeasure against her fave.
In a TikTok video that has amassed over 700k views, the lady reduced the frame to shreds and set the remains ablaze.
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Mixed reactions have trailed her action.
Watch the video below:
Netizens react to lady destroying her Naira Marley frame
"Just assive u been sabi Mohbad or wen d boy dey alive u show him love nah now all of una dey do fake love rubbish people."
"I like the way you remove am from the frame e better make portable day."
"All this things are just nonsense,are you not there when Mohbad was going through all this things now you're turning up for him because he's dead."
"Nor be your money you take do the frame?? Abi na naira Marley do am give you."
"Omo what of those who tattooed naira Marley on their body Omo."
Big baby said:
"Why una dey get naira Marley frame for house first of all?"
Oyo radio stations ban Marlian music
On Monday, September 19, veteran journalist and owner of Agidigbo FM, Oriyomi Hamzat, made a public announcement saying all Marlian songs, be it from Naira Marley or any artist on his label, have been placed on the NTBB list.
The announcement by Agidigbo FM was made hours after Splash 105.5 made a similar pronouncement.
The veteran media personality was, however, quick to note that he nor his radio station were not saying Naira was responsible for the death of Mohbad, but until he is proven not guilty, Marlian music would stay banned on Agidigbo.