Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba; the fast-rising singer known by his stage name Mohbad, has just released what seemed to be a disparaging song against Marlian Records and Naira Marley, his former record label and boss.
Titled ‘Tiff’, the song is coming a month after Mohbad had alleged he was assaulted for seeking a change of manager. He had shared footage showing the bruises he sustained and subsequently terminated his contract with the record label.
In a short clip shared via his Twitter handle, Mohbad sings about his ordeal, alleging efforts were made to deprive him of growth.
He also talks about how his parents were allegedly threatened in the record label dispute that almost had him go broke.
In the song, he further addressed existing drug abuse claims against him by clarifying he had quit smoking “ganja” (marijuana).
Finally, in what appears to be an indirect attack on Naira Marley, Mohbad asked, “Why is Naira going down?”
Generally, in the hip-hop scene, disparaging songs and all their uncovering are common trends among warring parties.
This latest move by Mohbad might be suggesting that his discord with his ex-label is far from being resolved.
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