“Go suck your moda rudeboy” – Naira Marley blast Mohbad’s mom as he releases diss track [Video] - IgbohoConnect
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Today, November 25, at midnight, Naira Marley releases a new song called “Violence,” in which he lyrically criticizes Mohabd and his mother. Mohbad and Naira Marley then unfollow each other on the well-known microblogging platform, revealing that they are no longer dating.

Mohbad confirmed this by deleting all the songs and anything else linking him to Marlian Music on his official Instagram page.

Azeez Fashola, better known by his stage name Naira Marley, is a well-known Nigerian artist who just produced a diss tune in which he criticizes Mohbad’s mother.

Naira Marley’s response comes after Mohbad, best known for the hit song “Imole,” caused a stir on social media with the publication of a song titled “TIFF” in which he disparages the head of his record label, Naira Marley.

It all began when Mohbad posted a crying rant on his official Twitter account, alleging that he had been beaten up in the Marlian home. The singer, who was wearing a white singlet, was seen in the video sharing his justification with bruises on his hand, neck, and back.

Although, Naira Marley in a post debunked Mohabd tweet as he noted that Mohbad was high on harmful substances and further described the incident as a “family affair”.

The altercation got worsened as Mohbad who was later admitted to hospital following the injury sustained request to terminate his contract with Marlian music headed by Naira Marley.

Also, Mohbad and Naira Marley unfollowed each other on the popular microblogging platform revealing that they are no more together.

Confirming this, Mohbad via his official Instagram page has deleted all the songs as well as anything that associates him with Marlian Music.

Naira Marley drops a new song today, November 25th in the midnight titled “Violence” and in the song he lyrically slammed Mohabd together with his mother.

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