In the intriguing teaser, the gifted singer made digs at his estranged record company.
Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, better known by his stage name Mohbad, is a popular Nigerian rapper and singer. He has teased a new song called “tiff,” which could be a diss track for his estranged record company Marlian Music.
Through the record label’s owner, Naira Marley, the powerful street-hop artist and rapper recently gave notice of termination for alleged unpaid royalties over a three-year period and physical assault.
Mohbad provided a preview of his next single “Tiff” on November 6, 2022, even though nothing official has been said since the announcement. In the song, Mohbad, an abstract interpretation of the word “thief,” made fun of Marlian Music, Naira Marley, and possibly even label signees Zinoleesky and C-Blvck.
Mohbad, a musician, and his assistant Oreoluwa Oladapo have been admitted to the hospital following an alleged attack by Naira Marley, the head of his record label.
On Wednesday, October 5, Oreoluwa uploaded footage to Twitter showing his damaged body and Mohbad.
He wrote: “If I die, the whole of marlians music individuals(naira Marley and his boiz)should be held responsible. Look how my brothers and I were treated without even engaging in any physical fight with any of the marlian music people. I was dragged naked on the road and naira Marley did nothing about it, I lost some of my valuables.
In another post, Oreoluwa claimed he has been receiving threat messages.
He wrote: “I’m getting threatening messages. I no fear to die o. God na im give person life. I was stripped naked on the streets like a dog or a thief. Me wey no touch anything just apologising.”
Recall that during his ordeal with the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in February 2022, Mohbad whose real name is Ilerioluwa Oladimeji raised an alarm over an alleged threat to his life by Naira Marley and others.
In a video that circulated on the internet on Friday, February 25, the Naira Marley’s associate could be heard lamenting and calling out the names of his colleagues saying they want to kill him.
“I don’t know why these individuals have been attempting to kill me. They have been badmouthing me and doing bad things to me. Everyone on earth, please aid me!
“Naira Marley will kill me if I pass away like this na Marlian song.” Never, ever will my God screw me over. I have no faith in anyone. He declared, “I’m going to the hospital.
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) detained Mohbad and another artist, Zinoleesky, for possession of illegal narcotics.
The best Nigerian musicians have names for their fan bases over the years, which helps to in some ways distinguish them from one another.
Without limitation, it is well known that Wizkid, also known as the “Wizkid FC,” has the largest fan base in Nigeria.
The ones belonging to Burna Boy and Davido are referred to as the “Outsiders” and the “30BG,” respectively.
Naira Marley and the “Marlians,” Rema and his “Ravers,” and so on are other examples.
Asake has been on my mind recently, and given that he is currently the center of attention and that many Nigerians appear to adore his music, I believe he should think about creating a moniker for his fanbase as well.
Though it has been challenging for me to think of one.