Funke Akindele and Donjazzy have stirred online conversations with their responses to the tragic incident involving Naira Marley and Mohbad.
In the wake of the untimely demise of Nigerian Afrobeats sensation Mohbad, Naira Marley, the CEO of Marlian record label, has experienced a significant decline in his Instagram followers. This notable decrease has occurred in the midst of controversies surrounding his alleged connection to the singer's tragic death.
Notably, Funke Akindele and Don Jazzy are among the prominent celebrities who have chosen to unfollow Naira Marley on Instagram. This move reflects the unease and skepticism surrounding the circumstances of Mohbad's passing, with speculations suggesting Naira Marley's involvement in the harassment of the late singer during his lifetime.
Social media users, expressing their dissatisfaction with the unfolding events, have taken to the comments section, urging others to unfollow Naira Marley and even calling for a boycott of his music.
The controversies surrounding Naira Marley's alleged role in Mohbad's tragic demise have amplified these sentiments, fueling a growing movement against the artist.
Here are some reactions from netizens:
@hayfrosh_ reacted: "Naira is going down… we can do it #justiceformohbad."
@dearmama commented: "Street get everybody record, once you fk and dem blacklist you, your gone and even the government can't save tou cos them hold government record for so many illicit stuff too. Everywhere don burst like this!"
@heis._.prOmis3 reacted: "Let's keep the unfollowing going."
@adelolaenitan said: "I hear say he don go dey buy Pakistan followers."
@cassidybryanofficial commented: "I unfollowed some people that liked naira marley's last Instagram post."
@sassyb79 said: "Massively na person die mk life miserable for him to live Sebi he was dancing on snap u go still dance enter market."
@don _qcash007 reacted: "Marlians is a Evil Empire keep the energy up #justiceformohbad."
@mr kilanbaka reacted: "Omo after mohbad get justice …all of us need therapy."
@lusygram said: "Low key naira go day regret him action like this."
The online community's vocal discontent and demand for justice continue to impact the unfolding narrative.
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