top of page
  • Writer's pictureAG Media House

Afrobeats singer MohBad dies at age 27


Afrobeats vocalist Mohbad has kicked the bucket at age 27.


In an explanation shared on the vocalist's Instagram page, it was affirmed that Mohbad - genuine name Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba - passed on Tuesday 12 September.

The message noticed that the craftsman was 'at last settled', with the family requesting protection during this troublesome time.


The assertion read: 'It is with extraordinary bitterness that we affirm the death of Commitment Oladimeji Aloba PK/A Mohbad (Imole) today, the twelfth of September, 2023.

'Mohbad was light until the end, and as we grieve the deficiency of the splendor he conveyed, the family says thanks to you for your adoration and supplications, and requests that you proceed with deference their protection during this troublesome time. Imole is at long last settled.'


The cause of the Nigerian star's death is yet to be affirmed.

Fans and buddies of the rapper rushed to share their sorrow and sympathies in the remarks.


One individual composed: 'Great evening lord', while one more shared: 'Lay on champ.'


A third common a portion of the craftsman's verses, composing: 'You don't need to hurt him before you win, You don't need to kill someone before you sin. This verses hit different at this point. Goodnight IMOLE.'


'He needed "harmony" yet presently he's resting in "harmony" remarked a fourth fan.


With another basically adding: 'May ur soul track down rest'.


MohBad's advertiser Ovie additionally proceeded to affirm the miserable news in his own explanation shared to Twitter (presently known as X), composing: 'Affirmed. Mohbad is dead. Miserable, miserable day. R.I.P.'


In an extra message, Ovie added: 'It's critical to apply astuteness and watchfulness with regards to Mohbad's destruction. I'm now seeing a few wild tweets. Try not to make absurd suggestions. Be exceptionally cautious.'


In the mean time, Joey Akan, pioneer behind Afrobeats Knowledge, shared his recollections of MohBad on X, taking note of: 'Last time I saw Mohbad, we were in a condo, a recording camp dealing with melody determination for his last EP.


'Man gave me a strange sweet red wine, and we had a little laid back contention over the last tunes to make the undertaking and the length of the EP. Find happiness in the hereafter man.'


MohBad was known for his baritone and tracks including Inquire as to Myself, Pariwo and Harmony.


MohBad, brought into the world in June 1998, was previously endorsed to Naira Marley's Marlian Records until his take-off from the name in 2022.


He is made due by his better half Wunmi, with whom he shares a child.

Comments


AG RADIOListen Live
bottom of page