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Naira Marley Shares Video Of Last Conversation With Mohbad Over ‘Auicidal Thoughts’

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Street hop sensation, Naira Marley has shared a video of his last conversation with late singer Mohbad, wherein, the deceased opened up about his struggle with suicidal thoughts.

In the video, posted on X ((formerly known as Twitter) handle of a Social Media Influencer, Reno Omokri, Mohbad was captured explaining his ordeal to Naira Marley after battling with depression.

The singer’s death has continued to spark controversies and generate several conspiracy theories.

Recall the Marlian Records boss, via an official statement on his Instagram handle on Tuesday, addressed the allegations.

It is Naira Marley’s second official statement since Mohbad died.

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The British-Nigerian singer also debunked claims he runs his Marlian Records label as a drug cartel.

He wrote, “Permit me to categorically state that I have no hand in the death of Ilerioluwa, either directly or indirectly.” The rumours regarding the label being a drug cartel are untrue.

“I am not a drug lord, nor do I, Marley, belong to any cult or fraternity. I’m dedicated to proving my innocence, and I’m cooperating with the authorities to clear my name with sufficient evidence,”

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‘You’re Killing Us’ – Nigerian Singer Tells Clubs Selling ‘Fake’ Drinks

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Popular singer, Daniel Benson, aka BNXN, has warned Nigerian clubs that sell “fake” drinks to desist from the crime, saying they are killing their customers.

The ‘Finesse’ crooner lamented that he recently paid for a drink at a Lagos club and a “fake” one was delivered to him.

He threatened to call out the next club or lounge that would sell “fake” drinks to him.

On his X handle on Sunday, BNXN wrote, “Stop selling us fake drinks after spending so much money on the overpriced drinks. You’re killing us.

READ ALSO: I Almost Quit Nollywood Over Sexual Harassment – Mercy Aigbe

“Respect my health , Respect my money. Give me what I pay for. If you don’t have it , don’t bring a fake one!

“The next club or lounge that does this to me , I promise i will take that microphone from the hypeman and let you know!”

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I’m Tired Of Wayward Life – Blessing CEO Attends Shiloh, Pray To Find Husband [VIDEO]

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Controversial self-acclaimed relationship expert Blessing Okoro, popularly known as Blessing CEO, has publicly renounced her wayward lifestyle as she expressed a desire to find a husband.

Sharing a video of herself fervently praying at a Living Faith Church yearly program, ‘2023 Shiloh’, the single mother of two stated that she’s tired of fornication.

She openly declared her decision to abandon her sinful ways in the pursuit of a meaningful relationship.

READ ALSO: I Almost Quit Nollywood Over Sexual Harassment – Mercy Aigbe

She said: “Give me my own husband. I have entered Shiloh to find husband.

“Wayward life don tire me . Fornication don tire me. Give me my own husband.

“This relationship expert without a relationship must end this year 2023. I am aggressive. Prayer point. Lord give us men wey don buy table. We move.”

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I Almost Quit Nollywood Over Sexual Harassment – Mercy Aigbe

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Popular Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe has narrated how she almost left the Nigerian movie industry over sexual harassment.

The actress disclosed this while narrating her challenges before making her way to the top.

Speaking in an interview with Morayo Afolabi-Brown on ‘Your View’, a talk show on TVC, Aigbe recounted how a producer made passes at her after a movie audition despite earning the role for an upcoming film.

“I met a producer in Surulere, and I expressed to him how much I would love to act. He told me he had an upcoming film and invited me to his office for an audition in his office.

READ ALSO: Why I Converted To Islam – Mercy Aigbe

”After I had passed three stages of the audition, I was given a minor role, which I told him that was not the character I was auditioning for, and he replied that the director said he did not know me, and that was why he wanted me to be close to him,” she said.

“He then stood up to touch me. I was very upset and I thought if that was what it took to be an actress, I don’t want to be an actress anymore. I tore the script and left. I cried on my way going home because I left a well paying job to join Nollywood, and I was already a single mother at the time.”

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