Kemi Olunloyo, a self- acclaimed investigative journalist popularly known for her outspoken nature, has stirred reactions once again by shedding light on what she believes are dark secrets surrounding the late artist’ s life and death.
Mohbad, known for his music talent, had been the subject of relentless harassment and assault allegations involving individuals like Naira Marley, Sam Larry, and others during his lifetime. As Nigerians continued to mourn his untimely demise, Kemi Olunloyo seized the moment to express her opinions on the matter.
In her controversial statement, Kemi Olunloyo made startling claims about Mohbad’ s involvement in cultism and drug abuse, suggesting that such activities were not uncommon within the music industry. She asserted that these aspects of Mohbad’ s life were concealed from the public eye, leaving fans and followers shocked by the revelations.
Kemi Olunloyo also speculated that Mohbad’ s family had taken extraordinary measures to safeguard the secrets surrounding his life. She went on to suggest that the singer’ s remains had been buried under heavy concrete, making exhumation a near- impossible feat. The alleged intent behind this was to prevent any potential leaks of sensitive information.
Perhaps the most unsettling part of Kemi Olunloyo’ s narrative was her claim that she had spoken with one of Mohbad’ s relatives, who vehemently opposed the idea of conducting an autopsy. This refusal to allow an autopsy only fueled suspicions and conspiracy theories, leaving many to wonder what the family might be hiding.
Kemi Olunloyo concluded her controversial commentary with a cryptic warning, expressing pity for any pathologist who dared to attempt an examination of Mohbad’ s body.
According to her exact words; ” Mohbad like every other artist in the Nigerian music industry was heavily into CULTISM and Drug abuse. Let the journalists who know the truth tell you and stop chasing clout and follow follow. This is the reason his family will never exhume his body and it’ s buried under heavy concrete outside a cemetery in a backyard. I just had a phone meeting with one of his relatives a cousin who did not want to be identified. “
” There should be no autopsy he said. I feel sorry for any pathologist who attempts to touch and dissect his body. It’ s like a huge spiritual python sitting inside his body. He was fighting cultists and they fought him back. Nobody helped him, not his fake fans, police, or former Malian music fans. Now they are bringing out videos and documents after he died. Drugs were his only way to cope. His hypertension became unbearable. Something in his dead body is growing twisting his neck and it could kill the whole family. We had to remove him from this earthly midst and bury him quickly. He did not die months ago. He still performed last weekend. “
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